Warriors star Shaun Johnson has had an operation to remove a benign growth on the surface of his right eye.
The halfback underwent surgery on Thursday to remove a pterygium, but he won't miss any game time, according to NZME.
The pterygium had been causing discomfort for the New Zealand international for a year now.
Johnson is expected to make a quick recovery and could be back training in the next week.
Blackcaps batsman Ross Taylor underwent a similar procedure in December 2016, which forced him to miss the Chappell-Hadlee series against Australia.
The Warriors are currently in the midst of pre-season training and have their first trial match against the Melbourne Storm on February 17, ahead of their 2018 season opener against South Sydney Rabbitohs in Perth.