Former Great Britain stand-off Leon Pryce will continue as a makeshift full-back for St Helens in their Good Friday clash with Engage Super League leaders Wigan.
The former Bradford player stepped into the role following the loss through injury of regular full-back Paul Wellens for Sunday's match at Huddersfield and impressed coach Mick Potter in the 24-6 win.
"I thought he did a very good job so why would I change it?" said Potter. "He handled it with ease and really helped us get on the front foot."
Pryce's decision to volunteer for the job enabled Potter to keep scrum-half Kyle Eastmond and centre Matt Gidley, the men who have deputised for Wellens in the past, in their specialist positions, and he is set to keep an unchanged side for the last Good Friday derby at Knowsley Road.
Centre Gary Wheeler defied a deep wound in his shin to go back on the field in the second half of the game at the Galpharm Stadium, while back-row forward Jon Wilkin came off with concussion.
Potter expects both players to recover in time, although Wilkin will need to pass the mandatory head test.
"He didn't know where he was so he will have one of those head tests later in the week, but his symptoms had disappeared on Monday morning so he should be okay," added Potter.
"Gary has had his wound redressed and he needs to stay off it for a few days to limit the risk of infection, but he should also be okay for the weekend."