NATHAN BROWN is hoping the Giants can now put a shaky spell firmly behind them.
After several stuttering performances over the past month, Huddersfield returned to some of their top early-season form by securing an impressive 40-18 home triumph over St Helens.
The visitors helped the Giants keep hold of second spot in the Super League table with their seven-try display.
But Brown knows one improved performance doesn’t mean his side are definitely back on track.
"This was a good win, there’s no question about it," said Brown.
"It’s the best we’ve played for a fair while.
"But now it’s all about backing this up and doing even better in the next few games ahead.
"If we do well in those, then I’m sure we can say things are looking good again.
"But at the moment we certainly can’t afford to get too carried away with ourselves, because that would simply be asking for trouble. Although it was good to get this win, there are still areas that need to be improved.
"Our response and goal-line defence still isn’t where we want it to be, and I’ll be looking for that to get better as quickly as possible.
"Hopefully, there will be better signs when we play Catalan at home in the Cup on Sunday."
Brown confirmed Luke O’Donnell suffered a tight hamstring during warm-up and wasn’t risked, with the former Australia back-rower being assessed closely during the week.