Lee Radford has mapped out his plans to ensure Hull FC can regain their spot at the top of Super League.
Consecutive defeats to Huddersfield and Leeds have seen the Airlie Birds surrender their spot at the top of Super League to Wigan following their last-gasp victory over Wakefield on Friday.
However, the Hull chief has played down their recent results, and believes his side understand where they must improve to return to the top.
“There are no big issues,” Radford said. “We know fundamentally why we got beat. Some errors cost us massively and it’s something we put an awful lot of emphasis on in pre-season, the effort they put in during pre-season to correct that was huge and we need to fix up that again now.”