If there has ever been a rugby league player that has been as unlucky with injuries as Castleford Tigers winger Sosaia Feki then let the world know.
In three years of being a part of the Castleford set-up at the Jungle, the former Cronulla Sharks star has played just 20 minutes of first-team rugby – which ended in him leaving the field early with injury.
Even when he has been on the road to recovery, another injury has stopped him from making it all the way into the first-team.
In recent weeks, Feki has been on-loan at Featherstone Rovers, but has yet to play a game, whilst he has turned out for the Tigers’ reserves in a bid to get match fitness.
But, The Mole at the World Wide of Sports, has reported that Feki is hunting a deal back home in the NRL with his former side where he made his name.
Feki, a member of Cronulla Sharks’ Premiership winning side back in 2016, has endured a nightmare spell in the UK and, according to The Mole, is homesick and wants to return to the NRL.
The powerful winger is, of course, out of contract at the end of 2022 so it remains to be seen where his future may actually lie.