MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - SEPTEMBER 14: Josh Hodgson of the Raiders reacts as his team wins back the ball during the NRL Qualifying Final match between the Melbourne Storm and the Canberra Raiders at AAMI Park on September 14, 2019 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Darrian Traynor/Getty Images)

Canberra’s Josh Hodgson has been given the all clear to travel with his teammates despite battling a virus, according to Fox Sports. 

The Raiders co-captain did not train on Tuesday and there was reports he would be quarantined from the rest of the side.

But the club insists he will be right to go in Sunday’s grand final clash against the Roosters.

“He’s healthy, he was here this morning at training”, Raiders assistant Brett White said. “He’ll be on the bus and will travel up to Sydney.

“I’m not too concerned about that. The high performance guys will take care of that. We’ll see how he goes for training during the week and we’ll assess him later in the week and hopefully it all goes well for him.

“He’ll be on the bus. He missed out on the hype of yesterday and the excitement, so it’s great he’ll be able to enjoy the bus ride out of here.”

It is not clear whether the Englishman will attend the Dally M awards on Wednesday night.

In other injury news, Roosters centre Latrell Mitchell has put his hand up to move into the halves if Luke Keary (ankle) doesn’t get up.