IN-FORM winger Jermaine McGillvary is confident the Giants will finish the regular Super League season in style.
Huddersfield ended a run of three straight defeats with a 46-26 triumph over the Robins to retain fourth place in the table.
Although the performance was far from perfect, it put the Giants in far better heart as they prepare for Friday’s Sky televised showdown with St Helens (8.00).
Saints go into the game at the Stobart Stadium on the back of an 18-12 Challenge Cup semi-final defeat to rivals Wigan Warriors and McGillvary believes the Giants can make a concerted sprint for the finishing line.
“The win over Hull KR is something we’re aiming to build on,” said the 23-year-old England Knights winger.
“We know what we served up in our last game wasn’t the greatest, but after the way things had been going, I think everyone was happy to get the win.
“We were always confident we’d turn it around at some point, it was just a matter of when. It has been a case of knowing what we were doing wrong, but not being able to go out there on the field and putting it right.
“That’s something we started to put right against Hull KR, and we’re looking forward to putting even more things right at St Helens on Friday.
“If we do that we know we’ll be okay.”