GIANTS coach Jon Sharp is hoping his injury nightmares are behind him after seeing all 17 players emerge unscathed after Sunday's Super League victory over London Broncos.
It's the first time in months that Sharp has not lost at least one player following a top-flight clash, with half-a-dozen senior men absent for last month's trip to Leeds.
But now the Giants chief faces the tough prospect of deciding who to leave out for Friday's crunch clash at Wigan Warriors (8.00) in front of the Sky TV cameras.
Whoever wins that contest at the JJB Stadium will be guaranteed a place in Super League's top six.
And Sharp is hoping the fact there is again strong competition for places in his squad will give the Giants the edge.
"It's great to report we've come through a match scot-free," said Sharp.
"Obviously, there are the normal bumps and bruises, which you always expect, but overall everyone is looking in good shape.
"It's certainly in contrast to the past few months when it's been a struggle to name a fit 17, and it does look as if our recent weekend break has done us good."
The clean bill of health - Paul Reilly (hand) and James Evans (thumb) are still a week away - means the only changes Sharp may consider are positional.
Paul White, the 18th man against London, and Mick Slicker were the key men to miss out against London Broncos, but may be given the nod against Wigan.
"A side is always selected with some consideration given to the opposition and the style of their play," added Sharp.
"That was the case against London and will obviously be the case against Wigan."