Huddersfield Giants chief Paul Anderson wants to keep hold of Gene Ormsby.
The Warrington Wolves winger’s month loan at Huddersfield came to an end with a try-scoring
display in Friday’s 28-20 home Super League XXI triumph over Leeds Rhinos.
It’s unlikely Warrington would allow Ormsby to play for the Giants in
Friday’s Ladbrokes Challenge Cup sixth-round clash, again against the Rhinos at the John Smith’s Stadium, and risk him being cup-tied for the Wolves later in the competition should they make further progress.
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However, Anderson is keen to strike a deal with Warrington boss Tony Smith to retain Ormsby’s Super League services for at least another month.
“We’ll do whatever we can to keep him here for longer,” said the Giants head coach.
“Tony’s been great so far in letting him come here, because, at the end of the day, he wants Gene to be playing games.
“But Gene is a Warrington player and they are well within their rights to call him back whenever they want to.
“All being well we can get something sorted out as quickly as possible – and that’s a deal that will keep him with us.”