Out of action for two months with a calf injury, the dummy half is likely to play against Catalan Dragons this Sunday.
“Lunty’s taken a full part in training today, and it’s now a case of seeing how he comes through,” Anderson said.
“So the key now is for him to try and back up this training session with another one tomorrow and then again at the end of the week.
“And it goes without saying we’ll be delighted to get him back. He’s a quality player playing in a key position for us. As a hooker, he’s our first point of contact with the ball.
“Chris Bailey, Luke Robinson, Kyle Wood and Kruise Leeming have all gone into the position and done a good job for us. But everyone will appreciate getting Lunty back out there would be massive for him and massive for the team.”