THE influx of loan players will stop any complacency threatening to derail the Bulls’ winning charge.

That’s the belief of coach John Kear after adding four new faces into the mix in the last two games.

Huddersfield duo Ashton Golding and Bulls academy product Olly Wilson both featured in the successful Odsal homecoming against York.

They joined short-term recruits Mitieli Vulikijapani and Ellis Robson, who made their debuts at London the previous week.

Kear insists the quartet’s arrival will keep everyone on their toes.

He said: “You don’t want a team where everybody knows what it is going to be week in, week out.

“You want a bit of competition – and you’ve also got to look at the fixtures that are coming up.

“If you look at who we will be playing in the next four to six weeks, we’ve got a pretty tough time.

“That’s the reason why we’ve bolstered our squad and up to now we certainly feel that it’s paid off.

“You’ve got to find ways of applauding the players when they’ve done things well but also making sure there is no element of them descending into comfort."

Forward Wilson joined the Giants in a six-figure deal two years ago and Kear is delighted to temporarily have him back in Bulls colours.

“He is a great talent and certainly isn’t a gamble whatsoever.

“Obviously, he’s a Huddersfield player and they can recall him when they see fit. But we’re really happy to have him with us in the meantime.

“All four have hit the ground running. We carried out our due diligence and found out about their character and we’re very happy with what they’ve contributed.”