CONNOR Wrench will be given “every chance” to prove his fitness for Sunday’s Challenge Cup semi final.

However, Warrington Wolves head coach Sam Burgess insists no risks will be taken with the homegrown centre’s fitness as he battles to regain in his place in time to face Huddersfield Giants.

Wrench – a try-scorer in the quarter-final win over St Helens – has not featured since sustaining an ankle injury during the victory over Leigh Leopards last month.

With six days to go until the semi-final clash, Burgess says there is a chance the 22-year-old could return but insisted he would be more than happy for Papua New Guinea international Rodrick Tai to continue on the right edge.

“We’ll give him every chance. He’s certainly closer this week,” the Wire boss said.

“Rod is doing a good job so we’ve got a highly competent centre already there and Connor has got a few tests to get through.

“It’s one of those injuries that we won’t want to risk so if he’s not 100 per cent, we won’t play him.

“Although it’s a big game, it’s still a long year after it and we’ve got Rod there doing a brilliant job.”

Burgess reported no new injuries in his squad, with long-term absentees Leon Hayes (ankle) and Luke Thomas (ACL) the only confirmed absentees.

“We’re pretty healthy, probably for the first time this year so we’re happy with that,” he said.

“We’ve been unfortunate in some areas this year in that respect, so we’re thankful especially on such an important week.

“We’ve had no head knocks or bumps and bruises so we’re good.”