ROBBIE PAUL is looking for some dry conditions to get the Giants back on the winning track.
Huddersfield found the going tough at a wet Willows on Friday night as they slumped to a 36-18 defeat at in-form Salford.
Despite the reverse, the Giants still kept hold of their fifth spot in the engage Super League.
And Paul is looking for his side to maintain that position with a home win over seventh-placed Hull at the Galpharm on Friday (7.30) - when he hopes the rain stays away.
"Salford handled the conditions far better than us the other night, which is very disappointing," said Paul, pictured right.
"It really was atrocious out there and, as a team, we're really looking forward to playing back at the Galpharm and on a dry surface on Friday.
"Both Chris Thorman and myself play to a style that is far more conducive to dry weather.
"That was the case when we got the big win over Harlequins last month and when we ran St Helens so close the week before.
"So, hopefully, the conditions will be better against Hull on Friday when we can see the real Giants in action once again.
"After the disappointment of losing to Salford, we're determined to get back on to the field and start winning again.
"Hull will be tough, but we're confident."