PROUD Paul March is determined to see an excellent Super League record continue against his former club tomorrow night (6.05).
The Giants utility star will line up against rivals Wakefield Trinity Wildcats for the eighth time since his move from Belle Vue in 2001.
During that time, March and the Giants have triumphed six times and lost only twice.
The 26-year-old hooker or half-back knows another tough battle is on the cards against a Wakefield side buoyed by their 26-6 triumph at Harlequins last Saturday.
But March feels everything is in place for the Giants to bounce back from last Friday's 36-20 defeat at Wigan.
"We've worked really hard all week to put things right, and that's what we intend to do tomorrow night," said March, whose twin brother David will play for Trinity.
"Although we know we face a tough battle in the forwards, we all feel we're much stronger overall than the Wildcats.
"If things fall into place tomorrow night, we'll have something to smile about.
"Over the past few years we've had a good record against them, which is something that really gets to our kid!
"And besides giving him some stick this week over what we're going to do to them, I've also been having a bit of a laugh with Whitey (former Giant Paul White, who joined Wakefield at the end of last season).
"I've told him I can't wait to give him a hard time.
"Whitey has obviously responded by saying I've got to catch him first."