Greater Western Sydney coach Leon Cameron is hoping Toby Greene can get on a roll as soon as possible and help the Giants get their season back on track.
GWS are priced at 6/1 to make the top eight and play finals but they have got the season off to a shocker and have won just one of their opening six games.
They were not helped by the fact Greene missed the first five games of the season through suspension but he is now back available.
The midfielder could not make a difference as the Giants suffered a 17-point defeat against St Kilda in his first game back last week. But Cameron says it will take him a couple of games before he will be back full firing.
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But the under-pressure GWS coach is hoping that comes sooner rather than later, starting against Adelaide on Saturday.
"Now he needs to get on a roll," Cameron said ahead of the Crows clash. "Every week he's going to get more match fitness, but he's in really good spirits and really good shape.
"One thing I know about him is he's just got an absolutely massive workrate and all he wants to do is get better every week."
Meanwhile Cameron says there is no magic formula to turn their form around. Instead it is working harder than ever before that will turn things their way.
"I think if you take your eye off the ball and try to come up with some magical way that you can fix it, that's when you know you're probably in a bit of strife," Cameron added. "There's no way we're heading down that path.”
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