THEY'RE improving as players and they're improving as a team.
That's the feeling of everyone down at the Giants.
Hopefully, that pattern will continue tomorrow at Castleford. If it does, the Giants will chalk up a fourth victory from seven top-flight starts.
And that challenge could be spearheaded by two of the players who firmly believe their performances have been getting stronger on a weekly basis.
By their own admission, hooker Brad Drew and full-back Paul Reilly' left, have got off to sluggish starts.
But in last Sunday's 64-14 thrashing of Harlequins, the duo were back to their best - and they are looking forward to terrorising the Tigers tomorrow!
And Drew, in particular, believes he owes everyone a big game.
"I really feel my game has been off this season," admitted the popular Australian, who scored the winning try in the last-gasp 24-22 pre-season triumph at Castleford.
"To be honest, I've been very disappointed with my form .
"But, hopefully, things are about to change.
"I felt I was able to contribute a bit more against Harlequins last weekend when I helped to create several of the tries. That was pleasing.
"I'm now keeping my fingers crossed that was the game that has sparked me back into life and I can show even more against Cas tomorrow.
"It's not going to be easy, but if we can continue to improve, we'll be OK."
Drew has not had the same amount of gametime as last season, with Paul March coming off the bench to take over at hooker.
The former Canberra Raiders star admits he would like to be on the field a little longer, but can see the wisdom in the tactic.
"Every player would like to be on the field all the time, and I'm no exception," he added.
"But I think the way Jon (Sharp) is using his substitutes is working a treat.
"Marchy has been coming off the bench and doing a really good job. He's been sparking us up at important times in the game.
"Then I've been coming back on and I would like to think I've helped maintain that spark.
"In the pre-season game at Cas, for instance, I came back on and scored the winning try in the last few seconds.
"I obviously wouldn't be complaining if I did the same again tomorrow!"
Reilly is also the first to admit he's coming back into form after a fairly shaky start.
The 29-year-old knew he was struggling in his early-round role on the wing when Michael De Vere was given a run at full-back.
But now Reilly is back in his favoured position as the last line of defence he has regained his confidence.
"I was happy to have a try-out on the wing, to see if it benefited the team," added Reilly.
"But I didn't find it comfortable, and Jon could see that, too. So, now I'm back at full-back where I feel I can give more to the team.
"I'm feeling a lot happier, not only with the way I'm playing again but also with my contribution to the team. I hope that continues."