The Englishman is set to undergo scans to determine the severity of the injury, which may put him in doubt for next week’s game.
The 29-year old left the game in the 55th minute while his team cruised to an impressive victory after hearing a “pop” in his hamstring.
Burrges made 18 runs, 68 post-contact metres and 24 tackles against the Tigers, but conceded several players were carrying a niggle at this part of the season.
“I’m not the only one [hurting],” told NRL Media post-match.
“I feel good; I’m alright. I know mentally I can get myself up for a game.
“I’ll play next week 100 per cent. I know I’ll play. I’m not too worried about it. I’ll find a way to get on the field and do my job for the team.
“At this time of the year it’s not about me, it’s not about anything else but the team. I’ll get myself in good enough shape to do a good job for the team.”
He added that the eight-day turnaround before South Sydney’s first final would help his situation.
“I’ll scan what I need to get scanned, and see what I need rehab on the most. I’ll stay strong in the gym,” Burgess said.
“It’s not coasting. I’ll train as hard as I can during the week in terms of what I’ve got with my body. I’ll push myself as hard as I can.”