BRAD DREW believes the Giants can win the Powergen Challenge Cup.
The inspirational hooker was at the heart of yesterday's 40-8 triumph at Halifax which earned the Super League club a place in tomorrow's fifth-round draw.
Drew led the side as acting captain in the absence of Chris Thorman, who is earmarking a return at Salford on Friday after rolling an ankle during training.
Paul March is also hoping to play after missing yesterday's tie with a hip injury.
Even without two key half-backs, the Giants proved too strong for their battling National League I hosts.
And Drew believes that bodes well for the future - including the rest of this season's Cup competition.
"One of the goals we've set ourselves this year is to win the Challenge Cup, we know we're good enough," revealed Drew, who was named the Powergen man of the match.
"This may only be our first game in the competition, but it's so far, so good.
"When you think about it, we're only three games away from reaching the final.
"And we know that on our day, we're capable of beating anyone.
"Hopefully, we can get a home draw in the next round, because I don't think anyone will relish coming to play us at the Galpharm.
"But, whatever happens, it's just great to be in the next round after falling at the first hurdle a year ago."
Seven tries were scored by the Giants in a match watched by 2,882.
The haul included two for Andy Raleigh, who is pictured scoring his first.