The England centre hopes to be available for Thursday’s trip to Warrington Wolves after missing his side’s last three fixtures with a hip injury.
All three ended in victory – over Catalan Dragons, Wakefield Trinity Wildcats and Widnes Vikings – and the 26-year-old knows he’ll need to prove a big point in training to force his way into selection for the Halliwell Jones Stadium clash.
“All being well, I’ll be back to full fitness in time for the game,” said Cudjoe.
“But whether that means I’ll get to play remains to be seen.
“The boys have been going well lately, so I can’t take anything for granted.
“Obviously, whoever plays, I just hope we can maintain our recent winning run and do a good job over there.
“Our recent record isn’t great against Warrington, but I’ve some good memories playing there, with my try that helped us win in the play-offs in 2010 being the highlight.
“And we know if we keep building on our last few performances in Super League, we can make it another good night on Thursday.
“I just hope I’ll be fully fit and a part of it.”
Tony Smith’s Warrington are expected to be at full strength for the clash after the weekend break for the Challenge Cup final.