The fired-up Huddersfield Giants will fear no-one in the climax to the Super League season.
That’s the message from in-form forward Ukuma Ta’ai as Huddersfield head into the last four games of the regular campaign with Sunday’s home clash against Hull KR.
Victory for head coach Paul Anderson’s men will keep them in the driving seat for a top-four finish and a stronger challenge for the Super 8s.
And after completing Super League doubles over Warrington and Widnes in their last two top-flight fixtures, Ta’ai believes the Giants are in the perfect shape to mount a serious charge all the way to the Super League Grand Final at Old Trafford in October.
“The spirit within this squad is absolutely fantastic,” revealed the Tonga World Cup star.
“It’s grown and grown throughout the year, and it was there for everyone to see at Widnes the other week.
“Even though we lost Brett (Ferres) early on when he was sent off, we still knew we were good enough to win. All we did was make sure we worked even harder for each other, dug in and ground out the win.
“That was the sign of a quality side and one that fears no-one.
“The confidence wins like this give you is absolutely massive, and it means that we can’t wait to get back out there against Hull KR on Sunday.
“Even though this will be their third game in 10 days, we’re still preparing for a very tough game – there are no easy ones in Super League.
“But we do feel we’re finding our best form when it matters the most, and if we build on our recent successes with an even better performance this weekend, then we know we’re capable of going all the way this year.”