PROUD coach Jon Sharp believes the Giants will successfully build on yesterday's highly-encouraging performance at Bradford.
Huddersfield have now lost all 19 Super League battles with the Bulls after going down 18-14 at the Grattan Stadium, Odsal.
But they could count themselves desperately unlucky not to have emerged victorious, with a 72nd-minute try from Glenn Morrison proving to be the difference.
Sharp admits his players took the defeat hard.
But he believes they shouldn't be feeling too disappointed and, instead, should look forward to the rest of the season with confidence.
"I've always been a performance-based coach, and I thought our performance yesterday was very good," he said. "I believed we played well and were very unlucky not to get something out of the contest.
"To be honest, I feel really sorry for the boys, because they gave so much and didn't get the reward they deserved.
"They were really disappointed straight after the game, but there's no way they should be feeling hard on themselves.
"I thought we played well last week against St Helens, and I thought we played even better than that yesterday.
"If we continue improving at this rate, then the right results we follow.
"That process starts at home to Hull KR on Sunday, and on the back of yesterday, it's a game we'll look forward to playing."