PIRATES charger Steve Worrall admitted he would be happy to ride seven days a week - should British speedway be given the green light to resume this campaign.

The Great Britain international joined the Wimborne Road outfit all the way back in November last year, becoming the first signing of the club’s new SGB Championship era.

But the 28-year-old has not turned a wheel competitively in the skull and crossbones with the league campaign yet to get under way amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

But the St Helens-born star, who is also set to ride for Belle Vue in the SGB Premiership, is eager to get league racing up and running.

He told British Speedway’s social media channels: “It’s been nice to have the kids at home full-time but I feel like we can see some light at the end of the tunnel and hopefully we are getting back to some normality.

“If we can get three good months of speedway in this year it would be great, I’m sure the fans would be desperate to get out into the fresh air and see as much racing as they can.

“I’d also be keen to ride every day, seven days a week! It would also enable us all to recoup some of the expense we went to, in order to prepare for the new season. Fingers crossed.”