LUKE ROBINSON reckons poor concentration levels could be behind the Giants’ dip in form.
Although Huddersfield returned to winning ways with Sunday’s 40-16 Super League win over struggling Celtic Crusaders in Edinburgh, the performance was far from perfect.
But after bouncing back from defeats by Leeds and Warrington with an eighth win of the season, Robinson is hoping Nathan Brown’s side can kick on.
“Getting the win was important, but the performance was not the greatest,” said the 24-year-old scrum half.
“There’s still big room for improvement.
“We’ve set ourselves high standards and are continually trying to lift the bar.
“But we failed to impress and the coach told us so!
“Our ball control yet again left a lot to be desired, and we simply can’t afford to let that continue.
“It’s probably down to a lack of concentration, and once we get that sorted out, everything else should fall back into place.
“There’s no doubt that when we do hold onto the ball and start to apply pressure, we are a match for anyone.”
Robinson is expected to carry on at No7 for Sunday’s home Carnegie Challenge Cup clash against Rochdale Hornets, and may well continue his half-back partnership with Kevin Brown.
The stand-off was forced off against Crusaders by a knock to the head, but was showing no ill-effects later on.