HUDDERSFIELD Giants are keen to sharpen the ruthless edge which destroyed Harlequins.
Yesterday's spectacular 11-try 64-14 crushing of the London side featured a 28-point haul from skipper Chris Thorman and delighted a Galpharm crowd of 4,173.
It also sent a clear message to the rest of Super League that the Giants are improving and aim to build on an excellent fifth place in the table.
The win was Huddersfield's third from six starts, with delighted coach Jon Sharp confident his squad is ready to progress, starting against Castleford away on Sunday.
"Things look as if they are finally starting to click into place," said Sharp today.
"I felt it was vital for us to follow up strongly from last week's game against St Helens when we were unlucky to lose by two points.
"We set a standard in that game which I was desperate to see us maintain. We have done just that.
"Yesterday, we showed a cutting edge and ruthlessness in offence, while we also defended solidly.
"I was also delighted with the way the boys responded to a couple of tough calls early on.
"They kept their composure and remained patient, which I believe is an indication of the growing confidence in this team.
"And the way the team were led around the field by Chris Thorman and Robbie Paul was also great to watch.
"They were able to do that on the back of some good work from the forwards, with Robbie in particular making his mark early on.
"He came up with some very big plays when the game was tight."
Sharp was once again without several experienced players.
Ruled out were Martin Aspinwall (knee), Michael De Vere (recurrence of his back injury) and Paul Smith (illness), but the Galpharm chief was delighted by the response.
"They are all big players, but yet again no-one let us down. This was a great team win," he added.