Connor Wynne has rapidly developed into one of the most exciting young talents in rugby league.
Aged just 21, the centre has become a key part of Hull FC under head coach Brett Hodgson and he has enjoyed every minute of it in 2022.
“I’ve really enjoyed this season so far and I think it’s my best season of my career up to now,” Wynne told Serious About Rugby League.
“I’m really looking forward to kicking on and hopefully finishing the year in even better form.”
For a Hull lad, representing the Black and White side of East Yorkshire is something that Wynne dreamed about since being a child.
“It’s my hometown club and I love all the boys there.
“Representing my own city is massive and it’s something I love – and a young boy coming from Hull, it’s always been my dream.”
The 21-year-old is out of contract at the end of 2022 with ‘a few clubs’ having shown interest in the livewire back, and, when asked about his future at the MKM Stadium, Wynne simply replied: “you’ll have to wait and see about that.”
For now, though, the Hull man is enjoying every minute playing for the Airlie Birds.