Castleford Tigers man wants to stay at the Jungle under Lee Radford

Castleford Tigers look to be involved in something of a massive rebuild ahead of the 2023 Super League season.

Head coach Lee Radford had already made a plethora of new signings for 2022, but with the Tigers out of sorts this season, it appears as though the former Hull FC boss is ready to delve into the transfer market even further.

One of those men whose contract ends at the end of this season is ex-Salford Red Devils forward George Griffin who made the move to the Jungle ahead of the 2022 season.

With almost 50 appearances under his belt for the West Yorkshire club, Griffin wants his Castleford side to improve.

“I don’t think we are anywhere near our best and that’s the exciting concept, I suppose,” Griffin told¬†BBC Radio Leeds.

“We haven’t been able to get where we want to get to at the minute, so we’ve got a lot to work on but we’re definitely capable of it.”

Griffin does, however, see his future at the Jungle – even if he as admitted he needs to improve.

“I think I’ve got things to improve, it’s a team effort. If I play bad that portrays in the team and vice-versa.

“I’m not the world-class player I know that but if the team struggles then the whole unit will struggle, but I’m happy with where I am at.

“I’m still in talks but I can’t confirm nor deny anything of yet. I want to stay and I love this club as I’ve built a life here and my missus is here as well but obviously things are up in the air.”

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