NATHAN BROWN is now targeting silverware after expressing his delight at being named the Super League Coach of the Year.
The Australian scooped the award after guiding his club to a Challenge Cup final at Wembley and a Giants’ highest-ever Super League finish of third.
But on the back of a number of new signings, Brown believes the Giants can become even more of a top-flight force and be even stronger.
"Being named the Coach of the Year is a fantastic honour, I’m really proud," said Brown.
"But this really is an award for all the hard work put in by everyone at the club.
"That has been the key to what we’ve achieved this season, and that will also be a key to what I believe can be an even more successful year in 2010.
"Our squad was a bit skinny at certain times last season and that cost us.
"But with the signings we’ve made – and quality ones at that – for next year our squad will be a lot thicker and we can hopefully overcome the injuries we pick up along the way.
"And I’m sure this year’s experience of being involved in a Challenge Cup final and in the play-offs will also stand us in good stead."