It’s perhaps fair to say that Josh Reynolds did not enjoy the most fruitful of Super League times at Hull FC.
The former State of Origin halfback joined the Black and Whites ahead of the 2021 Super League season and things looked promising to start with.
In fact, Reynolds and Hull looked in great form in the early parts of 2021 until Covid-19 struck.
Then, disaster struck with it and Reynolds – having suffered a bad injury – ended his 2021 season in Australia doing rehab work.
The former Canterbury Bulldogs and Wests Tigers star then returned for the 2022 season, and things again looked promising early on until a run of bad results led to Reynolds and Hull parting ways 18 months into a two-year deal.
However, it is now widely expected that Reynolds will be taking up another deal at former club Canterbury but there is one major obstacle.
“I haven’t met with Cameron Ciraldo (the new Canterbury boss) yet, he’s obviously got the finals too, he’s very busy,” Reynolds told Sky Sports Radio’s Big Breakfast Show
“I’ve got plenty of time so I’m trying to get some training in and sort some other things out away from footy.
“I want to make sure my body is fully fit and ready to go if I can get the three-month deal at the Bulldogs.”
It would be a tremendous end to Reynolds’ career if he can secure a deal with the club where he was so loved on and off the field.