And the youngster admitted he was gutted to have to sit out wins against Widnes and Yorkshire rivals Bradford.
He said: “Sitting out the last couple of weeks has been tough.
“I’ve never been banned before, but I fully accepted my punishment. You’ve just got to get on with it.
“And I did get the consolation of getting the backing of Baloo (coach Paul Anderson) over what I did.
“He keeps telling us to stand up for ourselves, and that’s exactly what I did. I also know I can’t make a habit of doing that sort of thing, and I obviously hope there’s no repeat in the future.
“The last two weeks have given me the chance to freshen myself up and I feel in great shape and ready to make up for what’s just happened.”