DISAPPOINTED Giants captain Chris Thorman admits the fans deserve far better from their side.
Huddersfield entertain Warrington at the Galpharm on Saturday once again looking to bounce back from a below-par Super League performance.
Having hit solid form to beat Bradford Bulls in their last home League outing, the Giants fell flat at Leeds Rhinos last Friday as they fell to a sorry 46-8 defeat.
And goalkicking utility back Thorman admits such inconsistent form simply isn’t good enough, and he can understand the fans’ frustration at the way this season has gone.
“For some reason, we just can’t put a good run together,” admitted the 27-year-old.
“Obviously, if we knew why this was the case we would have already done something about it.
“But it is very frustrating, and I can appreciate why the fans feel the way they do. They just don’t know which Huddersfield Giants side will turn up from one week to the next.
“We’ve certainly been working exceptionally hard all year trying to build consistency into our game, but it just never seems to pay off, with last Friday’s game at Leeds being a prime example.
“We went there full of confidence after beating Bradford, but came up with a performance at Leeds that just wasn’t good enough. We’ve talked about setting standards and we just weren’t up to it at all.
“Leeds were good against us, there’s no doubt about it, but we shouldn’t have rolled over and died the way we did. It’s not what we are about.
“So, yet again, we head into a game this weekend looking to bounce back, which seems to have been the story of our entire season.
“Let’s just hope that starting against Warrington on Saturday we can produce another good display and maintain a strong level of form until the end of the year. It’s about time we did.
“We know it’s going to be tough, because Warrington are finding some form at just the right time.
“But if we play to our potential we know we can win, and that’s what the fans deserve.”