LEIGH Centurions travel to relegation haunted Workington on Sunday with head coach Adrian Lam confident the Championship leaders won’t fall foul of complacency.

And a medical update could decide if former Wigan and Warrington star Josh Charnley makes the Centurions’ squad for their visit to bottom of the table Town.

Chris Thorman’s side has won only one of their 17 leagues games. When the teams met at LSV on May 22, Centurions ran out 58-6 winners, scoring 13 tries with Blake Ferguson notching four on debut.

Charnley sat out last Sunday’s 56-6 win at Bradford Bulls but an early game ending injury to centre Ed Chamberlain may open the selection door for the former England winger.

Irish international Chamberlain struggled to breathe after taking an early blow to his sternum.

“Ed was in a fair bit of pain with some of his internal organs and couldn’t breathe so he was quite stressed about that,” explained Lam.

“There was concern there might have been something a little deeper but he said he was okay at the start of this week. But we will see how he is.

“There is a tough decision to be made in the group,” agreed Lam. “But they understand there is a bigger picture.

“It’s up to me to communicate that as clearly as I can. That is key. But Josh will play this week or next,” he added.

Asked in which position Lam admitted: “I have got no idea and I mean that with the best intent.”

Leigh’s journey to Cumbria is the club’s third of six successive away games: Leigh Sports Village, a host venue for the Women’s 2022 Euros.

“We are in a difficult period of the season with only 10 games to go,” said Lam resistant to making wholesale changes to face Workington. “But of the last six matches, four are at home.

“They are not doing well on the ladder. But it has got to be about us. We can’t fall into that trap of being complacent.

“There are a few players in the mix waiting to play. And we have got try and keep the competition between the players so there is no room for complacency.

“But I think we are past that stage of poor performances.” Forward Kai O’Donnell, who scored two tries against Bradford, could be a doubt after suffering a late ‘stinger’ issue.

“He should be okay to be selected but we will see how he pulls up,” cautioned Lam. “Kai could have had four or five tries at Bradford.

“He has been outstanding since his arrival and one of our best.”