WORKAHOLIC half-back Paul March has declared himself fit to play for the Giants in Sunday's vital Super League clash against former club Wakefield at the McAlpine Stadium (5.30).
The 24-year-old has missed his side's last two games after picking up a rib cartilage injury at Bradford Bulls.
But the former Trinity favourite, who has been one of his side's most influential performers this season, is ready to return as the Giants look to keep their top six play-off bid on track.
"There's no way I was going to miss this one," he announced.
"At a push, I could have played at Halifax last Friday, but it was decided I should have a bit more time to make sure I fully recovered from the knock.
"I've been able to train fully this week and done some of the contact work, and I feel fine.
"It's now just down to Tony (Smith) to decide where he wants me. He knows how desperate I am to get back onto the field."
March's return helps to lessen the blow that Brandon Costin will miss the rest of the season after undergoing a shoulder operation this afternoon.
Giants chairman Ken Davy, meanwhile, is hoping for a bumper turn-out as Huddersfield look to maintain their play-off push.
He has written to all Town season ticket holders urging them to lend their support to the Giants' cause at this crucial stage in the Super League season.
"It would be great to see a lot of the blue and white Terriers at the McAlpine on Sunday," said the football club's new owner.
"I cannot emphasise enough how important it is to both of our town's professional clubs that they are successful."