MARTIN ASPINWALL has handed Giants chief Jon Sharp an early selection headache.
The powerful 24-year-old winger has declared himself fit for Sunday's engage Super League trip to Castleford after missing the 64-14 destruction of Harlequins.
A sore hamstring and knee strain kept the former Wigan ace sidelined on Sunday.
All 17 who featured in the Giants' biggest victory of the campaign should also be available for selection.
And with Michael De Vere (back) and Paul Smith (illness) closing in on their returns, Sharp knows he may have some tough decisions to make on the selection front.
"It's great that Martin will be back and Mick and Paul could also be available," said Sharp.
"But it's also a nightmare for this coach!
"Martin was close to playing against Harlequins, and at a push he could have made it.
"Fortunately, I had Stuart Donlan waiting in the wings as cover, and I thought he played very well.
"The way he took those three high balls in the second half was exceptional and he took his try superbly.
"It was obviously his first match of the season, and he gave me a very firm nudge that he wants to keep his place.
"And the signs suggest Mick and Paul could also be right by the weekend.
"Mick's injury is to his upper back and neck, and it's a case of receiving daily treatment to ease the pain.
"Paul's also heading in the right direction after picking up the stomach bug Martin had the week before.
"I can't rule these two out either."