FLYING Giants winger Marcus St Hilaire is eyeing a weekend return to Super League action.
The 27-year-old has missed his side's last two games after suffering a calf injury in the Challenge Cup semi-final defeat to St Helens.
He is now back in full training and is in the frame for Sunday's trip to face London Broncos at Brentford's Griffin Park (3.00).
Also looking to be included are Brandon Costin, who suffered a hamstring injury in the opening minutes of the Hull clash 11 days ago, and Paul Reilly, who picked up a badly bruised jaw in the same contest.
That means Darren Turner (knee) and Paul Smith (broken nose) are the only senior Giants who will not be in the selection frame as coach Jon Sharp's side look to return to winning ways.
"The squad is starting to look in a far better shape," reported a delighted Sharp.
"It's good to welcome back Marcus after missing the last two matches, and it's good to know that Brandon and Paul will also be available.
"But I think everyone is feeling a lot better after having a weekend off.
"All the boys returned to training yesterday looking fresh and raring to go.
"It's fair to say that in our last few games we've been going into them as a battered and bruised squad.
"The players still had a tough week in training last week, but not playing over the weekend has helped them recharge their batteries and given them renewed enthusiasm.
"And that's something they know they need to show me.
"With players returning from injury and the squad in general in better shape, there's greater competition for places.
"Things are looking better."