IN-FORM acting captain Chris Thorman is setting his sights on booting the Giants to victory in tonight's vital Super League play-off clash at London (6.05).
The former Broncos ace will continue in the goalkicking role ahead of fellow top marksman Michael De Vere following his club record-breaking 10-goal haul in the 68-16 drubbing of Leigh.
And with Thorman's inside knowledge of the Griffin Park pitch - it was his home ground with London in 2003 - he will also be expected to lead the way with his kicking in general play.
It's a role the inspirational half-back will relish, and he is determined to play his part in a vital Giants win which will keep their hopes alive of reaching the play-offs for the first time.
"I've had a fair few decent performances at Griffin Park, and I obviously hope tonight is no exception," said Thorman.
"I'm certainly happy about the way I'm playing right now and I want to do what I can to keep the Giants in that play-off race.
"We know if we are to achieve that aim we really can't afford to let London beat us. If that happened, it would probably leave us with too much to do in our last two matches.
"For that reason, this match has to go down as the club's most important for years, and I'll try and do everything I can to make sure we get the right result.
"And that includes the goalkicking.
"I like the responsibility of the role. It's something I work hard on and I enjoy doing it."