LUKE ROBINSON is convinced his new side is far too good to keep on losing.
The Giants go into Sunday’s Super League clash against Castleford Tigers at the Galpharm (3.00) on the back of defeats to champions Leeds Rhinos and Bradford Bulls.
Although scrum half Robinson has made a promising start to his Giants career with a try in both games, he was unable to inspire Huddersfield into matchwinning positions.
But the 23-year-old believes it won’t be long before the wins start coming.
“It’s been a really disappointing start, and I’m absolutely gutted,” said the England international, right.
“But it’s also been very frustrating, because we know we’re a far better team than the results have been showing.
“I know we’ve been beaten by the reigning Super League champions and by a Bradford side who everyone has readily acknowledged played exceptionally well.
“Unfortunately, we don’t see that as much consolation.
“We’ve set our standards high and expect to be competing at the same level as them, so to be beaten the way we have against them hurts.
“We always knew it would take a bit of time for me and (hooker) George Gatis to settle into the side, because we’re both playing key roles on the field.
“But there were signs against Bradford that the combinations are coming together.
“So the way we’ve started hasn’t been that major an issue for us.
“We know we are still fine-tuning things, and hitting the panic button couldn’t be further from our minds.
“I’ve been at clubs before where it’s all been doom and gloom, and we’ve been dreading each game. But it couldn’t be more different here.
“We just can’t wait to get back onto the field and show everyone we are a good team.”