PROUD coach Jon Sharp today hailed the attitude of his players which he hopes will power the Giants into the top six play-offs for the first time.
Huddersfield started superbly and finished strongly in securing a 36-22 Super League triumph at Castleford.
It's a result which has strengthened their fifth place in the top-flight ladder.
And Sharp believes the qualities on show in yesterday's victory at the in-form Tigers will help in the Giants' big play-off push.
"I thought we were awesome early on and we again finished strongly," said Sharp, who watched his side race into a 22-0 lead after just 11 minutes!
"The way we failed to maintain the momentum after starting so well was a concern. We clearly went soft at that stage of the match.
"But the attitude we showed to dig in and weather the storm was clear for all to see, and it bodes well. This is a quality we see in all of the top sides."
Sharp was today checking on the fitness of centre Albert Torrens, who had to leave the field with left knee ligament damage.
Pictured is Robbie Paul (second left) leading the Giants' celebrations after setting up James Evans (centre) for a crucial late try.