RECORD-BREAKING Giant David Hodgson says there’s still far more to come before the end of the season.
The former England winger made it 21 Super League tries for the season with his brace against Leeds Rhinos.
That meant the 28-year-old broke Brandon Costin’s previous record of 19 tries in a top-flight season, which the Australian set in 2003.
But with five games of the regular season remaining, starting with tomorrow’s home clash against Harlequins (3.00), Hodgson knows he can add to that tally.
“Losing to Leeds was really disappointing, especially as we lost it in the last few minutes,” said Hodgson. “But I was still happy to break the record. It’s good to be able to achieve something like this and I’m really proud of it.
“Having said that, scoring more tries than anyone else is obviously not the top priority, that’s winning games, which is something we need to keep doing.
“It’s all about momentum, and you certainly don’t want to go into the play-offs on a losing streak, so it’s vitally important we beat Quins tomorrow and take things from there.
“I know it’s a game we’re expected to win, but you can’t underestimate any side.
“Anyone can beat anyone, they’ve got some quality players, so it’s going to be a big test.
“But we know if we win tomorrow we’ll put ourselves in a strong position for the rest of the season, and hopefully I can score some tries.”