Ryan Brierley is loving every Super League experience he’s encountered since arriving at the Huddersfield Giants two months ago.

And the former Leigh Centurions scrum-half is certainly looking forward to experiencing the delights of facing Catalans Dragons in the South of France this weekend.

The trip to Perpignan is just the latest adventure for the 24-year-old, whose making a highly-successful switch from half-back to full-back and getting better with every game he’s played.

His top-flight debut wasn’t the most

auspicious, as he failed to make any sort of impact at scrum half in the 36-22 defeat at Wakefield Trinity Wildcats on Good Friday to leave the Giants rooted to the foot of the Super League table.

But in his second game, head coach Paul Anderson switched him to the last line of the Giants defence, and he’s not looked back.

Ok, the results didn’t change immediately, with Huddersfield losing their next three games.

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Yet with Brierley’s influence growing all the time and the Giants finally starting to get into their groove, the tide began to turn.

Brierley was instrumental in the 11-0 home win over Warrington Wolves, scorched over for a stunning hat-trick of tries in the narrow and controversial loss at Wigan Warriors and was excellent in the quick-fire League and Cup double over Leeds Rhinos.

As a result, Brierley’s confidence and that of his new team is at a season’s high as they prepare to face the Dragons at the Stade Gilbert Brutus later today (5pm).

And it’s another fixture the Giants ‘new boy’ intends to savour.

“I’ve loved every minute of my time here so far,” said Brierley.

“You could say I was thrown in at the deep end when I first got here, being part of a Giants side that was struggling at the foot of the table and being involved in more games than training sessions in my first few weeks.

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“But that didn’t faze me in the least.

“I was just really pleased to be at the Giants and finally getting the chance to fulfil my dream of being a Super League player.

“Obviously, these past few weeks have been fantastic, and I’m thoroughly enjoying this new role I’ve been given.

“It goes without saying that it’s been a real steep learning curve for me, but the experience of being a Super League player and competing in the top games is something I’m absolutely relishing.

“Every week there’s new and exciting experiences for me to face, and this week is definitely no exception.

“The chance of facing the Catalans Dragons in the South of France is one I’m really looking forward to, especially on the back of three wins in our last four games.

“It’s going to be another massive challenge, but that’s just what I need, because that’s the way of getting the best out of me and the way I’ll keep on improving .

“We know if we go there with the right attitude and continue to build on our recent performances we can achieve the result we all want. Sticking together as a group is finally bringing its rewards.”