Warriors coach Brian McClennan is playing down the latest injury concern to hit his side.
Manu Vatuvei and Konrad Hurrell have both sat out training this afternoon as they nurse niggles from their win over Penrith.
McClennan says Hurrell and Vatuvei are both ok but with the short turn around, recovery is important.
He says Pita Godinet will travel with the squad to Cronulla, to cover the depleted hooker depth.
And McClennan is dumbfounded following accusations that his team has too much to say to the officials.
Commentators during their win over the Panthers claimed that the Warriors talk to the referees more than any other team.
McClennan says that's not true.
"That's rubbish, seriously, that is unbelievable. Our captain's got the right to go up and talk to them, very rarely do you see the other players going at the referee, that's not our go. I totally disagree with that comment. Whoever said it, has got it wrong."
Micheal Luck has been named on the reserves for his first game of the season against the Sharks in Cronulla this weekend, and McClennan has already set down the management plan for his return.
He says Luck's minutes are already penciled in.
"Probably give him 15, 10 before half time, depending on what the situation is, and then he can play some minutes after half time, see how he's feeling and then give him a break, and then we might be able to get him on at the end there."
Meanwhile Pita Godinet will travel with the squad to Cronulla, following the injury to Alehana Mara.
McClennan has confirmed Manu Vatuvei and Konrad Hurrell will be fit for this weekend, despite sitting out today's training session.