GIANTS coach Jon Sharp is refusing to be dragged into a Super League signing frenzy.
While several clubs have revealed potential targets for next season, Sharp is keeping his cards close to his chest.
Players from the relegated Castleford Tigers have created the lion's share of interest, with former Giants Academy player Ryan Hudson strongly linked with a move back to his first professional club.
The smart money remains on Hudson joining Bradford with teammate Wayne Godwin.
But Sharp appreciates his club is bound to be linked with almost every Super League player about to become a free agent.
"The end of the season always signals the start of clubs being linked to numerous players from rival clubs," said Sharp.
"Huddersfield Giants are no exception, but we refuse to be rushed into making signings.
"We want the players that are going to be right for this club. We're not in the business of making hasty decisions.
"From day one, my aim has been to build a squad on solid foundations.
"That process is achieved by looking for stability, not by making wholesale changes.
"We have shown we have a solid squad, and the process we're going through right now is looking to bring in the right players to enhance that squad."
Before that can be achieved, Sharp may have to offload some of his fringe players.
Matthew Whittaker, who has been on loan with Widnes, is believed to be on the Vikings' shopping list for next season, while Ben Cooper is a favourite to stay at his on-loan club, Leigh.
But there's still no news on the future of Hefin O'Hare. A move away is still not a certainty.