FIT-AGAIN Giants star Paul March is aiming to celebrate a quick return to Super League action by inflicting even more misery on basement club Castleford Tigers.
While top-flight clubs have confirmed two will go down next season to make way for French side Perpignan in 2006, the Tigers are battling to avoid the drop into the National League this year.
That makes them a major threat to the Giants' play-off ambitions when the two clubs meet over at The Jungle tomorrow (3.30).
Giants scrum half March, back after a calf injury, intends to leave nothing to chance, and is determined to play a leading role against Super League's bottom side.
"I'll be back tomorrow, a week ahead of schedule, so I want to make the most of it," declared the 24-year-old.
"It's just over a month since I suffered the torn muscle at Wigan, and it's been a very frustrating spell for me.
"I hate watching from the sidelines and I've been itching to get back on the field for several weeks. Tomorrow can't come soon enough.
"We know Castleford will fancy their chances of beating us to kick-start their survival bid, but we've got a place in the play-offs in our sights and don't want to lose it now."
The Super League clubs' decision to relegate two clubs (Perpignan will be immune for two seasons) increases the pressure on the rest.
The move is believed to have been opposed by several clubs, with the Giants having voted against the French admission in the first place.