GIANTS coach Jon Sharp is looking for Great Britain to produce their best performance of the Gillette Tri-Nations series to beat New Zealand at Hull's KC Stadium tomorrow (6.15).
The Lions may have already qualified for the final against Australia at Elland Road the following Saturday.
But Great Britain assistant coach Sharp has made it clear his side will not be taking their foot off the gas in what some are describing as a `dead rubber' this weekend.
"Anyone who says tomorrow's match means nothing is talking nonsense," said Sharp.
"This is a Test match, and for us it is the chance to finish top of the Tri-Nations table, and for the players it is their chance to claim a place in the final line-up.
"We've built up some good momentum with the wins over Australia and New Zealand and we want to keep that momentum rolling on tomorrow.
"But what's also very important is that our performance tomorrow is the best so far.
"We know we are capable of playing much better and that there are areas of our game that still need some work.
"To ensure we hit the ground running against Australia the following week, we need to see those improvements tomorrow."
Sharp was spending today working on Giants' business as the final countdown to pre-season training on December 6 gets under way.
Included in the timetable was a first face-to-face meeting with new arrival Brad Drew.