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Brad Dwyer ‘pretty open’ about future move

Brad Dwyer has become one of Leeds Rhinos’ most important players in recent seasons since making the move from the Warrington Wolves.

The wily hooker joined Leeds back in 2018, but has gone on to register 76 appearances along with 20 tries after coming through the Warrington ranks to debut in 2012.

88 appearances later and Dwyer found himself on the periphery at the Halliwell Jones, but a move to Leeds has reignited his career.

And, the 28-year-old acknowledged the city move has been great for him.

“I’ve loved my time at Leeds; the move was massive for me not only on the field but off it as well,” Dwyer told Serious About Rugby League.

“I’ve moved over and love living in the city and if I’m happy that normally helps me play my best rugby.”

Despite being happy, Dwyer is out of contract at the end of next season and is willing to move in order to keep delivering on the field.

“I’m pretty open about my options next season – like I’ve said I love Leeds and would be more than happy to give my best years to them as I’m 28 now.

“So we’ll see how next year pans out – if a move away is best for myself and the club I’m open to that as we have Kruise (Leeming) and young Cory (Johnson) coming through.

“I’d like to think I’ve proved myself over the last couple of years to have a bit of interest out there so we’ll see what happens.

“First thing for me is to get back in pre-season competing with them for some game time next season.”

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