BRAD DREW is in danger of losing his ever-present record for the Giants.
The influential 30-year-old hooker hobbled off suffering a dead-leg during the first half of his side's 26-20 Super League triumph over Warrington Wolves.
He is now receiving intensive treatment in the hope of making Friday's trip to Wigan (8.00).
If he were ruled out, it would be the first time the Australian has missed a game since arriving at the club for the start of last season.
Fortunately, Huddersfield have an ideal replacement in Paul March, who starred at hooker when taking over from the injured Drew at the weekend.
But head coach Jon Sharp is keeping his fingers crossed he can name both men in Friday's squad.
"Brad is justifiably proud that he has never missed a game for us," said Sharp today.
"I know how much he would hate to miss out at Wigan on Friday, particularly as it was the venue where he put in a big man-of-the-match performance when we won there last season.
"He will continue to receive intensive treatment over the next few days, and hopefully by Friday it will have paid off.
"The only consolation if he did miss out is that in Paul March we have a great player to take over at hooker.
"He was great when he came on against Warrington on Sunday and simply carried on from where Brad left off.
"And Paul would feel confident of doing well at the JJB because he was also outstanding when we played at Wigan in the pre-season game the other week.
"He was the captain of the side for much of the match and led the team superbly.
"I know Paul would relish the chance to start on Friday."