GIANTS chief Jon Sharp is urging his players to start turning the Super League screw.
His resurgent Huddersfield head to Hull KR tonight (8.00) knowing a victory will lift them up to seventh in the top-flight ladder.
It's just two weeks ago the Giants were at the bottom of the table.
But Sharp is well aware a club record fifth Super League victory on the trot in front of the Sky TV cameras tonight would take the Giants three points clear of Salford, two ahead of Hull KR, one in front of Hull and above Harlequins and Warrington on points difference. Sharp said: "This is another vitally important night. We are delighted with what we have achieved in our last four games, but we're still nowhere near where we want to be. Winning at Hull KR would be another huge step forward, and winning is what we fully intend to do.
"They are a tough side to beat at Craven Park and we have to make sure we go there with the right attitude and endeavour.
"This is a fantastic opportunity to put some space between ourselves and some of the teams below us.
"This is the time to really turn the screw."
Sharp is ready to field the same side as the one which destroyed Harlequins 46-16 at the Galpharm on Sunday.
But the Giants were this morning still in the dark as to whether Paul Cooke would be making his Hull KR debut following his controversial departure from Hull FC.
The Robins had until 2.00 today to register him for tonight, with the two clubs having to agree to a deal to make that happen.
However, Sharp has been keen to distance himself from the high-profile `will he, won't he' saga on the East Coast.
"I've got no real opinion on the Paul Cooke situation," added Sharp. "My only concern is my players and making sure they are ready to continue their good work."