Huddersfield Giants coach Paul Anderson insists that despite an impressive performance against Warrington last week, they cannot afford to rest on their laurels on Thursday night.
The Giants face the daunting task of a trip to the DW Stadium to face Wigan Warriors, looking to make it two wins in a row following the 11-0 win against Warrington last Friday.
But Anderson says that the Giants squad have a tough ask on their hands, and they can’t afford to be complacent following such an impressive win last weekend.
“We knew straight after the game that we couldn’t rest on that performance. We did a lot of things well but there are things that we can do better as well,” he said.
“The challenge of Super League and the regular rounds is that this week we have something different and it is a whole different kettle of fish in regards to playing Wigan away.
“Every game is an opportunity to win and Wigan have been very good at home in the last few years so we have got a fair challenge on our hands. The stage we are at now is that we have to play every game like it is our last and enjoy it that way.”