THE important thing at a time like this is not to panic.
Obviously, everyone at the club is bitterly disappointed with the way the results have gone over the last few weeks.
But every club goes through spells like this, it's the nature of this Super League competition.
I've been in situations like this before, even when the Bulls have gone on to enjoy major success, with last year being a prime example.
The key then was the way we responded, and that's the challenge that faces us at the Giants right now.
Last night was a reality check and it's up to us to make sure we react positively at home to Wigan on Saturday.
It's not going to be easy, because they are a very wounded Warrior and that will make them even more of a danger.
But we owe them one after what they did to us earlier in the year.
However, our prime motivation is to play well to erase the memory of last night.
For me, it was not a nice homecoming, as many have called it, except me.
I was delighted with the reception I received off the Bradford fans, but that's about the only positive I can take from the occasion.
We came up against the Super League champions who were bang in form, and we couldn't handle it.
We were unable to do some of the little things right and suffered the consequences.
Fortunately, we know what we need to do, and we intend to do it.
I'm really enjoying my rugby right now, and I've total confidence in the players and coaching staff.
We will turn it around.