Patience is finally paying off for the Huddersfield Giants.

That’s the view of in-form centre Leroy Cudjoe as his hometown club looks to make it four wins from their last five games with victory in Saturday’s challenging Super League XXI test at second-placed Catalans Dragons.

Cudjoe knows the second-bottom Giants are going to need to be at their very best to secure just a fourth top-flight triumph from 14 starts in the South of France this weekend.

But having just knocked Leeds Rhinos out of the Challenge Cup, beaten the same opponents in the League the week before and ground out an 11-0 home win over Warrington a fortnight earlier, Cudjoe is confident the tide has turned at last.

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“It feels as if things are finally starting to come together,” said Cudjoe.

“And we know exactly why that is. At long last, we’re starting to play with a bit of patience and not rush things.

“At the start of the year, we just seemed to keep over-playing all the time, hand the opposition cheap possession and pile extra pressure on our defence.

“Now we’re keeping things simple, getting through our sets and putting our opponents under pressure rather than ourselves.

“We know that’s what we’re going to have to do to keep Catalans at bay this weekend, because if we allow them to play on the front foot, then they’ll really hurt us.”

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