A lot of focus at Warrington Wolves has been on their new signings such as Gil Dudson and former Leigh Leopards man Matty Russell who returns to the club in 2023.
Perhaps the majority of the excitement has been around the overseas signings NRL duo Paul Vaughan and 2017 Rugby League World Cup winner Josh McGuire.
Both of them are Australian internationals.
Despite this, one of the signings they made last year from the Championship no less is the one making the headlines.
That is James Harrison who was awarded a new deal tonight to keep him at the club until the end of 2025.
An underrated forward, Daryl Powell is expecting big things from him in the future as he said on the club’s website today:
“When we signed James I was 100% certain he would be a consistent Super League player.
“After his injury that became a bit tougher for him. However, his efforts for us last year showed how good he is going to be in the future and is why I feel this deal is a great one for the club.
“I’m looking forward to seeing how he grows over the coming years but I am super confident he will be an integral part of our success.”