Huddersfield head coach Nathan Brown challenged his players to perform like this from now on after seeing them seal a first win in six matches with a 46-10 triumph over London Broncos.
London took an early lead through a Michael Robertson try but Huddersfield bounced back in style to take the victory, scoring 30 points in the last 20 minutes to snuff out the threat from a tiring Broncos side.
Eorl Crabtree went over for two of the Giants' eight tries while Luke George, Kevin Brown, Michael Lawrence, Larne Patrick, Aaron Murphy and Scott Grix also crossed for the hosts.
Brown 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.
"Some teams can afford five or six players having an off-day. They'll have somebody like a Sam Tomkins who can win the game with three or four tries.
"But we don't have that sort of team, so we need everybody to do well. I thought Danny Brough, Kevin Brown and Scott Grix were all outstanding today."
Former Wakefield star Brough boosted his chances of playing for England next week by creating two tries and added seven conversions.
Most of them came late on after London tired, leaving Broncos coach Rob Powell to bemoan the lack of concentration at crucial times.
London were only 16-10 down at one stage and Powell said: "The game was in the balance and Huddersfield looked like a team low on confidence.
"We had some play near their tryline early in the second half and then the whole match changed. We had some problems out wide and in the middle.
"But to go from only 16-10 down to conceding 30 points in the last 20 minutes was unacceptable. We must do better."