INSPIRATIONAL Brad Drew has pledged to do all he can to lead a Giants Super League revival.
Huddersfield slumped to a fifth successive top-flight defeat, 22-16 at Harlequins on Saturday.
It was a loss that dropped the Giants to ninth in the League ladder and is hardly the ideal preparation for Saturday's home date with unbeaten Super League leaders St Helens (6.05).
But Australian hooker Drew, who led the Giants by example in the capital in the absence of injured captain Chris Thorman (broken thumb), believes his side has what it takes to bounce back.
"We hit rock bottom against Wigan a week ago," conceded the 30-year-old.
"But the performance against Quins proved we have the ability to recover and start to get back on track.
"Obviously, we're disappointed not to have won, particularly as we felt we had done more than enough to take the points.
"We also felt strongly that several of the key 50:50 refereeing calls went against us.
"But the signs were there to suggest we're starting to show some of the form that brought us wins earlier in the season.
"And, as acting captain, it's up to me to help lead the team by example and kick-start a recovery.
"I tried my best on Saturday and, overall, I was pleased with some of the stuff I did.
"But, at the end of the day, it didn't get us the win.
"Hopefully, that won't be long in coming."