Bradford Bulls have already brought in eight players as the club heads into 2022, with the likes of Ryan Millar, Kieran Gill and Elliott Hall all coming through the doors at Odsal.
However, the club has not finished there, with announcements expected in the very near future – which supporters have a right to get excited about.
Assistant coach Mark Dunning spoke to West Yorkshire Radio Rugby League about what Bradford fans can expect to hear.
“Sometimes it’s good and sometimes not so good, sometimes you lose players you want to keep and other times players need to move on for themselves and the club,” Dunning said.
“Rugby league is difficult to tie people down to long-term deals, we’ve looked to do two-year deals rather than one which is a big shot in the arm for the leadership of the club.
“There’s going to be some announcements in the coming days and weeks.
“There will be additions across the board and we’ve actually captured a number of young exciting prospects from Super League clubs that haven’t been retained.”
The Bulls finished fifth in the Championship in 2021 with 12 wins from 20 games, but failed to make any inroads in the play-offs in an attempt to get to the Million Pound Game.