LIAM FULTON is confident he hasn’t played his last game for the Giants.
The 24-year-old utility ace heads back to Australia at the end of the season after completing a short-term deal at Huddersfield.
Fulton knows tonight’s play-off clash against Catalans Dragons (8.00) will be his final Giants game at the Galpharm.
But he is convinced there are still more matches to come before he packs his bags to resume his career back at top Australian NRL club Wests Tigers.
“I’ve absolutely loved it here, and coming back to Huddersfield in the future is definitely something I’d never rule out,” said Fulton.
“The Giants are a great club and being part of this squad has been fantastic.
“Because of this, I’m sure tonight is going to be a bit sad for me as I know this is going to be the last time I’ll be wearing the shirt at the Galpharm.
“But there’s no reason why I won’t be playing at least one more game for the Giants before I head back home.
“Although the start I had here wasn’t the greatest because of injury, the last few months have been superb.
“It’s been a good season, but I know it can get even better, and it’s down to us to make sure that happens.
“We’ve got Catalans tonight, and I don’t think any of us needs reminding that if we win this game we’d be just 80 minutes away from playing in the grand final at Old Trafford. That’s a massive incentive, although that’s obviously also the case for Catalans, which we know will make this match even tougher.
“We did beat them well at the Galpharm the other month, but this is semi-final footy, and we know they’ll be giving it their all against us tonight. We’ve got to be ready for that.
“But I think we will. After such a good season, we don’t want it to finish in disappointing fashion at home in a match that’s as important as this.
“I want my final few games for the Giants to be as positive.”
Fulton and his teammates are obviously hoping there’s a decent turnout tonight for the final home game of the campaign, with club officials having reduced admission prices.
Adults are priced at £15, with concessions £10 and children £5. These are the lowest prices permitted by the RFL.
There is also a special family ticket price of £35 for two adults and two children, although they have to be purchased in advance from the stadium ticket office.
The stadium will be unreserved seating but 2009 season-ticket holders will be able to sit in their seat provided they bring their booklets to the game as proof – but they must buy a ticket or pay at the turnstiles.