BRAD DREW believes there is still room for major Super League improvement at the Giants!
The vastly-experienced vice-captain admits the squad were delighted with the manner of the 64-14 destruction of Harlequins at the weekend.
But the former top Australian NRL hooker knows there is still a lot of work to be done before Huddersfield reach their peak.
And he hopes the Giants will take another step forward in Sunday's clash at in-form Castleford Tigers.
"It was obviously a great win against Harlequins," said the 30-year-old former Canberra Raiders ace.
"But we're certainly not getting carried away. We're keeping our feet firmly on the ground.
"Even though it was good to get the win under our belt, we all know there's a fair bit of improvement needed before we get to where we want to be.
"There are certain areas that still need some attention, and that's what we're working on right now.
"Clearly, we need to be more clinical at the start of games, and hopefully that's something we can do against Castleford on Sunday.
"But the main aim once again is to improve on our last performance, because we know we will improve."