GIANTS chairman Ken Davy admits he shares the disappointment of fans as his club continue to struggle in Super League XIII.
But he believes the key is for everyone to remain positive in a bid to get back on track.
Huddersfield go into an enforced three-week break (they exited the Challenge Cup and have a postponed League game at Wigan where pitch repairs are essential) third bottom of the table.
They have won just four of their 15 games so far and suffered a 48-0 thrashing at Catalans Dragons.
And Galpharm chief Davy admits these are tough times for all concerned.
“We’re obviously disappointed with the way the results have gone this season,” he said. “France last weekend was certainly a low point, and that was particularly disappointing when we all believe we have such an excellent squad and we are able to operate up to our maximum salary-cap spend.
“But it’s vital we do all try and remain as positive as we can.
“I suppose one good thing we have now is that, by force of the circumstances, we have a gap of almost three weeks before our next game.
“That gives us ample time for everyone to draw breath and assess where we go from here.”