GIANTS coach Jon Sharp is to remove all the emotion of a trip back to Hull and concentrate on one thing - securing another top Huddersfield Super League success!
Sharp spent over 10 years with the east coast club during a glittering playing career, which included Yorkshire Cup and Premiership finals.
And on Sunday he returns to Hull for the first time as a head coach for a clash between two top-six sides at the KC Stadium (3.15).
Sharp has faced Hull as an assistant coach on a number of occasions, including his first spell at the Giants.
But he is relishing the chance of leading a club determined to plot the downfall of a side currently third in the Super League ladder.
"It's always special going back to Hull, and Sunday will be no exception," said Sharp.
"I have some fond memories of my time at the club and still have some very good friends over there.
"But that really does count for nothing this weekend.
"There has been no sentiment in my preparation for Sunday's game and there will be no sentiment during the game itself.
"My one and only aim is to do everything within my powers to secure another win for the Giants.
"It was good to get back on the winning track with the win over London last week when I was pleased with our second-half performance.
"The aim is obviously to build on that second 40 minutes, and we know we must improve if we are to match a side like Hull.
"But we have worked well this week and the boys are looking forward to the trip."
Sharp is hoping to name an unchanged side.
He has added Phil Joseph, who was 18th man against the Broncos, and fit-again duo Jonathan Grayshon (ankle) and Iain Morrison (sternum) to his weekend squad.
But he is keen to cause the minimum of disruption.
"As usual, we've still got one or two players carrying knocks as a result of last week's match," added Sharp.
"But I'm hopeful it won't affect what we're doing.
"It does, however, mean there will be a final roll call of players tomorrow."