ACTING captain Chris Thorman is hoping to use his inside Broncos knowledge to help the Giants secure a vital Super League victory at Griffin Park on Sunday (3.00).
The 24-year-old goalkicking half-back spent the 2003 season at London, making 29 appearances and scoring eight tries and 80 goals.
On Sunday he makes a first return to the capital following a year in the Australian NRL with Parramatta before moving back to the Giants.
And Thorman is hoping his experience at the Broncos will prove crucial as Huddersfield aim to secure the League points against one of their main play-off rivals.
"I'm really looking forward to going back. I enjoyed my time with the Broncos," said Thorman.
"Griffin Park is a hard place for visiting teams to go and win, and we all know it'll be tough on Sunday.
"The playing field is quite small compared to many in Super League, and that can catch many sides out.
"If your kicking game is not spot-on, you'll struggle.
"It's something I've already discussed with Jon Sharp and we've worked in training to try and get it right.
"Hopefully, this knowledge I have of the Broncos pitch will stand us in good stead this weekend.
"We're all fully aware that if we win on Sunday and then win there again in September we'll put ourselves in a great position to get into the play-offs.
"That should act as an extra source of motivation for us to go there and give it our best.
"But, on a personal note, it's always good returning to a former club and putting on a show."