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NEW Signed Warrington Wolves Greg Inglis has warned it could take up to six weeks to get updated on his return to rugby league.

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NEW Warrington Wolves under contract Greg Inglis has warned it could take up to six weeks to get updated on his return to rugby league.

It has been almost two years since the Australian international announced his retirement, and he shocked the rugby league world last year when he announced his return to the Super League with Warrington Wolves / p> He came to the UK in early 2021 and started training shortly after passing the relevant quarantine restrictions.

On Wolves Pre-Season Media Day, he said, « I’m confident in myself but with the pitches over here puts a little more emphasis on the lower end of your body. We’ll wait and see how my first hit goes.

« You can work out anything you want, but until you get that 80 minute performance, especially on the S game day, you just never know how you’re going to deal with it.

« I’ll allow myself a little wiggle room. If I get 100 percent into the third round, I’ll be thrilled. If it takes until the sixth round, it will last until the sixth round.

« I don’t put any pressure on myself, nor on the club or the coaching team. You have to remember that I haven’t been in the game for two years am.  » It’s small steps. « 

Warrington had a training hit with Widnes at Halliwell Jones Stadium last night and will play his first official preseason game against Leigh next Thursday in the Chris Hills Testimonial.

There are some doubts whether Inglis against at the season opener Castleford will be on the field on March 28, but coach Steve Price failed to cite former South Sydney Rabbitohs Center injury concerns.

Inglis played 265 NRL games for Souths and Melbourne Storm, won 39 caps for Australia and represented Queensland 32 times in the country of origin.

He has won three NRL Grand Finals in his career, but has not played since his start at the Center for Souths against St. George-Illawarra on March 21, 2019.

Journalist and Sports content specialist who also publishes the Love Rugby League, previously ran the Carling Cup official website and ran a digital services store in Warrington.

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