RYAN Hall insists he will only decide if he will go for Wembley glory again on the morning of the Challenge Cup final.
The Hull KR winger has been nursing a calf problem that saw him pull out of their 11-10 golden point semi-final win over Wigan .
Ryan Hall says a final decision on his Challenge Cup final availability will be made on the morning of the gameSWPIX.COM
Hopes are high the former England man, who would line up in his sixth showpiece if he makes it, will face Leigh Leopards – boss Willie Peters believes he will.
But the veteran is adamant he will not try to play through the pain barrier if he feels it.
Hall said: “The final decision will only be made in the morning between Willie and I. It’s a massive call but it’ll be the team before myself.
“I’m just a cog in the wheel. Willie will ask me to be honest with myself. I tried to play in the semi but it just wasn’t right for me to.
“The day before the semi, I trained OK and thought, ‘Just get one with it.’ Then it went again in the warm-up.
“I’ve just got to keep it sweet and hopefully I’ll get 80 minutes out of it.
“But I’m excited – normally I only get excited five minutes before kick off.”
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