Brown eyes winning run
Huddersfield Giants boss Nathan Brown has urged his side to keep up their winnings ways having seen off London Broncos on Sunday.
The Giants had been on a miserable run of form and the 46-10 victory at the Galpharm Stadium was their first win in their last six Super League outings.
Despite their disappointing losing streak, Huddersfield still find themselves in fifth place in the table and in the mix for a top four finish at the end of the regular campaign.
Having ended their poor run, Brown has called on his players to get into the habit of winning games.
He said: "I'd have taken any win, but we earned the right to play some good footie with our pressure and by not overplaying our hand.
"Last week was the first one in a while where I've gone home from training feeling confident that we were going to do well.
"The important thing is the players now keep to that standard. This is a team where we need most people in the wheel to keep playing well."