TOP Giants duo Paul Smith and Steve Snitch have more reason than most to see their side secure victory at home to Hull tomorrow night (7.30).
The No1 priority is obviously to help Huddersfield get back to winning ways after last Friday's Super League defeat at Salford.
But, as big Hull KR fans, the two forwards love nothing better than seeing the black and whites of Hull FC suffer!
And tomorrow night is their chance to inflict some pain.
The Hull-born duo also have another ally in the Giants' ranks in the shape of fellow forward Andy Raleigh, who joined his hometown club from Hull KR at the end of last season.
Yet as lifelong fans of the Robins, tomorrow night will be extra special for messrs Smith and Snitch.
"It's always been Hull KR for me, and all my family are red and white," revealed Smith, who began his rugby league career with amateurs West Hull.
"For that reason, a game against the old enemy is always a bit more special.
"But it probably means more for my folks back home than it does for me.
"They're always asking me to try a little bit harder when we play Hull.
"But I try hard whoever we play, and I enjoy any victory we get at the Giants.
"Although the thought of beating Hull right now is certainly very appealing for many reasons!"
These are sentiments echoed by Snitch, who is looking at tomorrow's contest as the ideal time to get back to his best form.
"I felt my game had dropped a bit over the last three or four weeks," confessed the former Wakefield man, pictured left.
"I thought it was picking up at Salford, and I hope it's even better against Hull.
"Like Paul, I'm a Hull KR fan and wins over Hull FC are always sweet.
"To be honest, I get a bit nervous when I play against them, particularly at their place.
"Because I grew up in Hull and have always been involved in the game, starting as a kid at the Embassy club, playing against FC is always a dream.
"Hopefully, this match will bring the very best out of me and help get the win for the Giants. At the end, of the day that's what really matters."