Ex-Hull FC halfback Josh Reynolds reveals the club he ‘would love’ to sign for as new move falls through

Josh Reynolds left Hull FC earlier in the season with Brett Hodgson and the East Yorkshire side going in a different direction.

Since then, Reynolds has been gallivanting around Europe on an incredible sightseeing tour with his career appearing at a crossroads.

A number of weeks, however, the former Canterbury Bulldogs and Wests Tigers halfback was linked with a sensational return to former club Canterbury.

However, those rumours of a move as a player were untrue as Reynolds explains that he himself was taken by surprise with the rumour.

“These are the stories that I love – it’s something that’s happened and I didn’t even know about it,” Reynolds told Big Sports Breakfast.

“I was in the pool in lovely Cyprus and my phone blew up. My phone started going off and I was getting notifications on Twitter. There were articles galore and people were congratulating me.

“It was mental, I was actually a bit disappointed and it sort of looks like I’ve said something but I haven’t said anything.”

Reynolds has, however, admitted that he ‘would love’ to go back and sign for the Bulldogs in what would be a swansong year for the halfback.

“I 100% would love to go there and I would love to finish there – I love the club but I’m not sure Gus (Phil ‘Gus’ Gould – Canterbury’s General Manager) has those plans.

“If that doesn’t work itself out then so be it, but I would still love to be at the club in some vicinity.

“I’m coming back in the next week or so and I’m going to start having those chats.

“It was a bit of a whirlwind but I got nice messages saying they would love me back.”

Reynolds pulled on the Black and White shirt of Hull 25 times in his 18 month spell at the MKM Stadium.

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