CONFIDENT coach Jon Sharp believes his Giants can pull off another impressive Super League victory at Warrington tomorrow (3.00) and celebrate back-to-back wins for the first time this season.

But the Huddersfield chief has also issued a warning to his players ahead of the Halliwell Jones Stadium showdown - "Beware the wounded Wolves!"

Last season, Sharp's side produced one of their best performances to win 26-20 at Warrington and they head across the M62 buoyed by their 34-18 victory over Widnes eight day ago.

That's put the Giants in upbeat mood, particularly as they are boosted by the return of key trio Jim Gannon, Stuart Donlan and Sean Penkywicz.

And Sharp believes that as long as his Giants don't take Warrington for granted, they will be able to celebrate another morale-boosting triumph.

"League tables can often be misleading at this early stage of the season, and that's the case with Warrington," said Sharp.

"They may have won only one of their opening five matches, but they are playing well.

"They were desperately unlucky to lose on the last play to St Helens in their last home game and then performed strongly at Leeds.

"So, we know we are facing something of a wounded wolf right now and that makes them extra dangerous.

"They are a big powerful side and we're expecting a very physically demanding game.

"But we all believe we have the players capable of rising to that type of challenge.

"We have a very confident bunch of guys at the Giants, and they're all looking forward to the battle that lies ahead.

"If we can play to our full potential I know this is a game we can win."