STEVE Price has reaffirmed that Greg Inglis will make his long-awaited Warrington Wolves debut on Saturday.

The Australian legend will make his first appearance in more than two years against Hull Kingston Rovers at The Halliwell Jones Stadium.

Price says Inglis is ready to play 80 minutes if required but stopped short of confirming whether he would start or come off the bench.

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"Greg will be in the 17 this weekend," he said.

"We’ve made the decision about where he will play but I won’t be saying too much. Whether its off the bench or starting, you will find out later in the week.

"It’s exciting for the club and it’s exciting for Greg.

"There’s no expectation from our point of view, we just want to see him enjoying his rugby again.

"He’s on schedule. He hasn’t played for two seasons and he’s had to get his body right.

"I’ve said all along that we have a responsibility to make sure Greg can stay out there hopefully for the duration of the season.

"He’s in good shape, mentally he’s good and that’s the main thing from our perspective.

"He’s definitely ready to play 80 minutes. He’s worked hard and if we felt he couldn’t play 80 minutes, we wouldn’t put him out there this weekend."

Price also confirmed there were no new injury concerns within the Wire camp.

"We’re all pretty good. The boys have pulled up pretty well after the weekend after a tough old game," he said.

"It was our best performance of the season to date and there’s still a lot more to come, which is positive."

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