Huddersfield head coach Rick Stone was satisfied after watching his side turn on the style in their 44-4 win over Warrington.
The Giants picked up just their second home win of the season as they thrashed the struggling Wolves, who are now below Huddersfield on the table.
Stone, who has overseen three wins in the last five games, admitted it had been a pleasing afternoon.
“We probably just gave something back towards our home crowd,” he said.
“We haven’t been good to our home crowd this year, we have disappointed them several times. Hopefully, they walked away with a smile on their face today.”
“At 14-0 I said: ‘Look, if we keep working hard then things will open up for us and things might get a little easier. We probably played too many errors in the second half and played a bit like the Harlem Globetrotters at times which frustrated me a bit but it was good to see them enjoy going in front and going in for the kill a little bit.
“I know Warrington are down a little bit on troops and they are a bit banged up with the short turnaround but I suppose through this year we have had plenty of that ourselves so it’s good to see us take advantage of an opportunity for a change.”
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