Hi, there's no need to worry mate.... you only have to remove the 2 screws of the chain guard, remove it and than you can put the hugger on from the rear wheel and than just fit the screws at the same place.
Hope this helps
Here's mine with the same hugger as bizmarcz but with the chainguard. I gut this hugger from EBay from the manufacturer - it was damaged - so I just cut off the damaged part rather than repair it, and the chainguard fits.
i was just about to say i got one, brand new off ebay, pyramid plastics in black. £25, i think thats good. cant wait to get it, this bad weather is causing me to get crap all up the rear end...and i live right out in the country