Orford left the field four minutes in to the second half of yesterday�s match amid initial fears that the dynamic halfback had re-injured his medial ligament.
However scans today have revealed no further damage to the 25-year-old�s knee and the Storm playmaker could line-up in this Saturday�s clash with the Eels.
�The MRI scan has confirmed that Matt�s medial ligament and ACL are fine so basically now we�ll have to wait and see how he pulls up over the next 48 hours,� Storm physio Matt Natusch said.
�In that time we�ll have a better understanding of his progress and we�ll be able to make a decision on his availability for this week�s match.�
After missing two matches already this year following a medial ligament injury suffered in round five, Orford was obviously relieved to be cleared of further damage today.
�It�s pleasing the have a positive result on the knee and hopefully the injury will settle down this week and I won�t have to miss any matches,� Orford said.
�I�ve missed enough games already this year and we are starting to really find some form together as a team and hopefully it�s just going to get better and better.
�I thought we matched the Broncos for most of the game and I was confident we could have come away with a win, so to lose by 20-points wasn�t a true reflection of the match.�
Meanwhile the Storm has decided to contest the grade one dangerous throw charge levelled at hooker Cameron Smith by the NRL today.