HUDDERSFIELD Giants set off for the capital tomorrow morning determined to spoil the biggest Super League day in London Broncos history and finish their own season on a massive high.
The clubs go head-to-head at Brentford's Griffin Park on Sunday (3.00) in a match that could book the Broncos a play-off place for the first time.
But the Giants are desperate to finish their campaign on a positive note and round off a memorable first season back in Super League.
Huddersfield are also desperate to do well to provide departing players Jamie Bloem, Steve McNamara and Jarrod O'Doherty with the perfect send-off.
And the squad have made it clear they are determined to do their utmost for head coach Tony Smith, whose three-year reign comes to an end on Sunday.
For Smith, however, the fact this will be his last Giants game before leaving for Leeds will not be occupying his thoughts as he attempts to chalk up a club-best 12th Super League win of the season.
"Once again, the fact three of my players and myself will be leaving Huddersfield after Sunday has not been talked about in training at all," said Smith.
"It's what the club does that's the priority, and that means all of us doing what we can to get the right result for Huddersfield Giants.
"That's been the main priority all year and there's no reason why it should change now.
"We want to win on Sunday to make sure our final memory in what has been a very good season is a positive one.
"We've not played well in either game against the Broncos this season and that's something we all want to put right.
"If the result goes our way our role will have been one of party poopers for the Broncos, but we'll definitely settle for that."
Smith has called up Academy forward Karl Mills as potential cover for Darren Fleary, who has been struggling for the latter part of the week with a groin injury.
Former England junior Mills joins a 19-man squad, but could still have to make way for Ben Cooper, who was 18th man against Warrington last week.