VICTORIOUS Giants coach Nathan Brown spoke of his pride at guiding Huddersfield to a first league win at Bradford for 40 years.
The Aussie newcomer master-minded a 16-12 success, Giants scoring three tries to one, over the Bulls to make it two Super League XIV wins out of three starts.
However, the former St George chief still believes his players need to smarten up their act if they wish to progress their rise up the pecking order.
“It was a fantastic effort from everyone, and they should be proud of their efforts,” said a delighted Brown.
“They had to dig really deep to get any reward from the game, but I am afraid at times we were not very bright, and in that area we clearly we still have a lot work to do.
“I was concerned with the number of penalties given away and the fact that we failed to apply more pressure on the opposition.
“In that respect we are a work in progress and that’s something we need to address, but it is hard to be too critical when they have come to a place like this and got the win.”