HUDDERSFIELD boss Ian Watson shared what he told his players at half time of Saturday's Super League clash with Warrington.

The Wolves lead for most of the game after Jake Wardle's early try.

And they had a narrow 12-10 lead at the break. 

But a late flourish saw three unanswered tries from the Giants to win the game.

And Watson said Warrington's recent form for falling away at the back end of matches came up in the dressing rooms.

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"We spoke at half-time about that," he said. "In the last few weeks they've crumbled on the back of a bit of pressure.

"It's always tempting to chase points but I thought Theo (Fages) and Oliver Russell were patient.

"The message we sent out was to stay in the game and trust in what we do as a group. I thought we showed composure and resilience against a team who were playing not to lose, they just kept trying to chip away at the scoreboard.

"We got there in the end."