GREG Inglis will not be making his Warrington Wolves debut against Leigh Centurions on Good Friday.

Head coach Steve Price confirmed in this afternoon that the legendary centre, who said himself on Sky Sports last week that Round Two was "probably too soon" for him, was still not ready to return to the field after two years in retirement.

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However, Price did confirm The Wire are set to have forward Matt Davis available for the game at The Totally Wicked Stadium.

“Greg won’t line up this weekend. He’s getting very close and is doing really well,” the Wire boss said.

“He’s itching to get out there and play and the players are excited for him to don our jersey.

“Whether it’s in the next one, two or three weeks, he’s getting very close.

“It was always going to be a process. He’s doing everything he possibly can.

“Two years out of the game is quite some time and it’s important we build some resilience in Greg.

“The staff are doing that and there’s a lot of buy-in from Greg.”

Davis has been recovering from a hamstring injury picked up in pre-season that ruled him out of Sunday’s Round One loss to Castleford Tigers.

Matt Davis is set to return to contention to face Leigh on Friday

Matt Davis is set to return to contention to face Leigh on Friday

The versatile forward was a first-team regular towards the end of 2020 and Price said he expects to have him available to face the Centurions.

He also confirmed there are no fresh injury concerns among his squad.

“He’s doing really well and training really well,” Price said of Davis.

“He did a bit of our training session today so he will be one who will come into consideration.

“We’re healthy at the moment which is good.

“We’ve still got our captain’s run on Thursday then we’ll make the decision on our line-up.”