Daryl Clark posts important injury and future update

Warrington Wolves’ Daryl Clark has posted an important update about his current injury situation after being forced to have a serious operation in the off-season.

Clark’s injury troubles had been well documented at the end of the 2021 Super League season, with him needing hip surgery alongside two broken ribs and an MCL tear.

Now, though, he looks well on the road to recovery after being photographed running in his rehab.

The wily hooker told Serious About Rugby League that recovery had been going well before he went on holiday to rest and recuperate ahead of a big pre-season.

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by Daryl Clark (@dclark722)

Clark will of course be reunited with former Castleford Tigers head coach Daryl Powell as the duo aim to build on a partnership that prospered greatly in the year-and-a-half that Powell spent with the hooker before he left for Warrington.

And, despite rumours circulating that the hooker was set to leave the Halliwell Jones, it never came about as the England hopeful explained to Serious About Rugby League.

“There was some truth in the Gold Coast talks but it was in the middle of a pandemic and clubs were losing money,” Clark said.

“The clubs were looking to lower wage bills with nearly two years without income and pay cuts meant that some conversations between both parties occurred.

“However, I’m contracted for the next two years at least at Warrington.”

Despite the NRL interest, Clark also revealed that other Super League clubs have not come calling.

“To be honest I’ve always lad long-term deals and never really had any talks with other Super League clubs.”

Notify of

Inline Feedbacks
View all comments