Salford Red Devils coach Iestyn Harris believes Huddersfield counterpart Paul Anderson has been disrespectful with his comments about their game this coming Friday.
Anderson told reporters earlier this week that Huddersfield “owe Salford one” following the tackle from Rangi Chase that saw Brett Ferres ruled out of action for three months.
But he said he won’t dwell on the Giants coach’s comments too much – because he has to worry about their hefty injury list prior to the match.
“I think they (Anderson’s words) a bit disrespectful if I’m honest,” he told Press Association Sport.
“I’m very much about respecting any opposition that we play against, whether it’s London Skolars, Broncos or Huddersfield Giants.
“Our priority, with eight players out this week, is about getting the players that are going out on the field ready to go and worrying about ourselves.”