Huddersfield coach Nathan Brown watched his double-chasing team secure their place in the last four of the Carnegie Challenge Cup and immediately set his sights on Friday's Stobart Super League table-topping clash with Wigan.
Brown's men ran in nine tries in a 50-14 rout of London Broncos in the last of the quarter-finals at the Galpharm Stadium to set up a last four showdown with Warrington on the weekend of July 14-15.
"It's exciting," said Brown, who was informed of the draw five minutes from the end of today's game.
"Whoever you were going to draw after today, they were the top four or five sides. They are all very good teams.
"The thing is it's nine weeks away now and you don't know how different sides are going to be playing or who's going to be fit.
"You've just got to revert back now and look to do well in the Premiership."
Hooker Luke Robinson was the Giants' hero with a brace of tries as Huddersfield bounced back from their defeat by Catalan Dragons in emphatic fashion.
"It was a solid performance," said Brown. "I thought it was Robbo's best game for a while, I thought he was really good for us.
"We've got our name in the hat and that's what it's all about. We got the result we needed and the boys are 80 minutes away from trying to lift the trophy again."
The Broncos, who have not beaten a Super League club away from home for more than 12 months, suffered a blow at the kick-off when second rower Matt Cook sustained a knee injury and took no further part in the game.
They had the encouragement of winger Kieran Dixon touching down twice early on but conceded two tries just before half time and they were destroyed in a one-sided second half.
"I thought it was a pretty average first half," said London coach Rob Powell. "Neither team played that well, neither team grabbed the game by the scruff of the neck.
"We had a good opportunity and we should have shown bit more urgency and a bit more energy and grabbed it.
"We had enough opportunities in the first half to make things happen but we didn't play smart enough with the ball. Our energy levels were not high enough today."
The Broncos are languishing near the foot of the Super League ladder with just two wins from their first 13 matches but Powell insists there is still much to play for.
"We have another 15 league games to go," he said. "We can't worry about what happened today.
"We've another 15 opportunities to get ourselves up there. We do show at times what we can do. Today was a missed opportunity."