STUART JONES and the Giants will go into Sunday's massive home Super League clash against leaders St Helens with no fear!
This weekend's opponents are the only side in the top-flight competition with a 100% record from their opening four matches.
Those include a superb win against Leeds and 40-point-plus triumphs over Harlequins and Castleford.
But former St Helens' second-rower Jones believes the Giants can make life difficult for their in-form visitors.
"It's going to be tough, we know that," said the 24-year-old England international.
"But we're also confident, and we know that if we can compete to our full potential anything is possible.
"We're full of respect for them, but we don't fear them.
"We're well aware we need to show a big improvement from the way we played at Wakefield.
"Steps have obviously been taken this week to try and sort things out, and hopefully that's done the trick.
"We appreciate we need to be at our very best to compete against Saints, because they have started the season in devastating form."
Jones joined the Giants from St Helens two years ago, but admits that will count for nothing.
"It means less and less to me now," he added.
"A lot of the players and coaches have changed since I left, so I don't think it will affect how I play."