GIANTS coach Jon Sharp watched his side thrash York 74-4 in the Challenge Cup and declared: ''Let's kick on from here!"
Huddersfield rattled up 13 tries on the way to taking their place in the fifth-round draw tomorrow night.
The win was the Giants' first of the year after losing their opening seven Super League games.
They hope to break that duck against Wakefield at the Galpharm on Friday night.
And Sharp is hoping the manner of yesterday's triumph will stand them in good stead for the crucial visit of the Wildcats.
"We were still a confident group going into this game, despite having made such a disappointing start to the season," said the Giants chief.
"But a victory like this certainly won't do our confidence any harm.
"Everyone knows we have work to do on our offence, and there's definitely no better feeling than getting over the whitewash.
"We did that pretty well yesterday, and I'm sure it hasn't done the boys any harm at all.
"I believe it shows we're heading in the right direction, and it's a case of kicking on from here.
"We saw a number of great individual performances in this game, with the likes of Steve Snitch, Shane Elford, Ryan Hudson and Brad Drew all making top-quality contributions.
"And we obviously hope this continues.
"But as well as putting us in a positive frame of mind for Friday night, I'm also delighted we've won so we're in the bag for the next round of the Challenge Cup.
"It's been a very good competition for us recently, and reaching the final last year was fantastic for the club. We'd love to get there again."
One downside to the tie was the injury suffered by centre Jamahl Lolesi.
He had to be helped off the field after suffering an injury to his left knee early in the second half.
The former New Zealand Test star left the stadium on crutches and is now awaiting medical checks to assess the full extent of the damage.