IN-FORM Wigan Warriors have set their sights on making June a glorious month at the JJB.
Last week's 30-14 win over St Helens was the start of a run of four home games on the trot.
They entertain the Giants this Sunday before hosting leaders Leeds and Wakefield Trinity Wildcats.
And assistant coach Denis Betts - in charge at Wigan in the absence of Mike Gregory, who is undergoing treatment for a serious blood disorder - is looking for his side to maintain the form they showed against Saints when they do battle at home to Huddersfield this weekend.
"I think everyone was feeling sorry for themselves after the Warrington defeat the other week," said Betts.
"But no-one can complain about the way we bounced back to beat Saints last Friday.
"It's amazing what a week can do and a bit of enthusiasm.
"The ability has never been lacking in the side, just confidence.
"The key now is to maintain the momentum, starting with the game against Huddersfield on Sunday."