Inglis will come up against his former Storm team mates when South Sydney make the trip to AAMI Park in Saturday’s qualifying final.
Smith has been impressed with Inglis’ form however, despite serving a three week ban for a shoulder charge on St George player Dean Young in round
“It’s quite remarkable really, particularly the things that he’s done the last couple of weeks when he came back from his little break on the sideline,” said Smith
“He’s attacking the football, in that game against Parramatta they rolled a couple of grubbers in on the line where there were blokes coming down on him and putting a lot of pressure on.
“He just came in with his head over the football, picked it up, bumped off three or four blokes, ran 20 metres, and got a quick play the ball.”
Smith however is sure that Storm coach Craig Bellamy has a plan to contain Inglis
“He’s hard to put into words really, the type of footballer he is, but I’m sure (Bellamy) will have plenty of clips on him for us to look at this week,” he added.