The Cook Islands international is also hoping that the weekend win over Wakefield can inspire the Warriors to a victory over their fierce local rivals.
“It’ll be my first Good Friday derby so I can’t wait, I’ve not played in one yet so I’m excited for that,” Gelling told his club’s official website.
“It’s always a mad atmosphere and it’s going to be buzzing. Those games create their own atmosphere.
“Sometimes we’ve found it hard to get in the mood for it, against Wakefield we said we wanted to address that, to be louder in the changing room and I think it showed with the way we started.
“We created a lot of positive energy right the way through and it showed in our performance.”