NEW Giants signing Steve Snitch is going back to Wakefield to prove a point!
The powerful pack man makes a first return to Belle Vue in Saturday's Sky TV engage Super League clash (6.05).
It will be the first time the 23-year-old has faced the club he served for five seasons.
But the Hull-born star is more concerned about helping the Giants bounce back from Friday's 36-20 defeat at Wigan than making a major impression against his old pals.
"Obviously this first visit back to Belle Vue is special and I want to do well," admitted Snitch.
"But the key on Saturday is for the Giants to show that the defeat at Wigan was a one-off.
"This match is the chance to prove to everyone that Huddersfield are better than the Wigan result suggests.
"As a squad, that defeat last Friday hit us hard. We just didn't do ourselves justice at all.
"The only positive we can take is the way we responded after the nightmare start.
"If we can reproduce the form we showed in the second half against Wigan (the Giants won it 16-6), we'll give ourselves a great chance."
Yet even though Snitch knows Saturday is all about the Giants, he admits the game will be extra-special for him.
"The first thing I did when the fixtures came out was to look when we played Wakefield," he added.
"I obviously haven't had to wait long."
Missing from the Wakefield side will be scrum half Sam Obst.
He was banned for one game and fined £350 for a dangerous throw in his side's 24-6 triumph at Harlequins on Saturday.
Also picking up bans were St Helens duo Paul Sculthorpe and James Graham.
Sculthorpe was found guilty of striking during last week's win over Leeds and has been suspended for one game, while Graham was banned for two games for a similar offence.
Graham's ban means he will miss Saints' trip to the Giants on Sunday week.
Both players were fined £350, although Saints have indicated their intention to appeal against the verdicts.