GIANTS chief Jon Sharp has revealed he would have no hesitation in shuffling his pack if it means his club's winning Super League run continues.
Huddersfield look to make it eight top-flight triumphs on the trot on Friday when they travel to struggling Salford City Reds (8.00).
Sharp is once again in a position to name the same initial 20-man squad, with all 17 players in action during Friday's 36-12 victory over Bradford Bulls having emerged unscathed.
In-form back rower Steve Snitch missed out on selection that night to make way for Stuart Jones, who had been sidelined for the previous two games with a knee injury.
But Sharp has made it clear he would be prepared to alter the line-up again if he felt it would benefit the side.
"The team I chose to face Bradford was the one I felt had the best chance of beating them," said Sharp, whose club is emerging as the favourite to sign Australian NRL utility player Rod Jensen from North Queensland Cowboys for next season.
"This week, I will look to field a line-up which I feel is best equipped to beat Salford.
"Whether that side includes Steve Snitch - who was very unlucky to miss out last week - or not, remains to be seen.
"Just because we played well to beat the Bulls doesn't mean every player should rest on their laurels.
"It's vital every individual remains focused, and that means continuing to put the work in at training to earn their spot for the next game.
"Nothing should be taken for granted".
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