NEW Huddersfield Giants head coach Paul Anderson has promised changes will be made in a bid to get his club's Super League campaign back on track.
Anderson stepped up to take over from former Galpharm chief Nathan Brown on Monday in the wake of a run of seven defeats in eight Super League matches and Sunday's Challenge Cup semi-final defeat at the hands of Warrington.
The former Great Britain prop was due to take over from Brown at the end of the season, but will now be in charge for the first time for Sunday's home Super League clash against Wakefield Trinity Wildcats on Sunday.
And Anderson expects to see a much-improved Huddersfield performance as the Giants look to re-discover the form that took them top of the table just over two months ago.
"Things will change, make no mistake about that," declared Anderson.
"These changes won't be dramatic and they won't all take place instantly, because that's not the right thing to do.
"But there will be differences and they will be brought in to make sure we have things in place to make everyone do things better and consistently. I'm confident that will be achieved."
Anderson also confirmed Luke George and Luke O'Donnell could both come into contention this weekend.
George (head knock) and O'Donnell (hamstring) both missed Sunday's Cup defeat, with Anderson stating the duo have 'a fair chance' of returning this weekend.