Cut Jordan Lane in half and he will bleed black and white.
That’s how good it feels to be running out for Hull FC – his hometown club.
But, in 2021, the club failed to perform on the field and head coach Brett Hodgson has led a big recruitment drive in order to improve on their non-play-off showing last season.
Among those new signings is Luke Gale – the ex-Leeds Rhinos captain will be Hull’s skipper in 2022 and Lane cannot wait to see him in action.
“Galey has fitted in really well here, he’s a real character and a natural leader on and off the pitch,” Lane told Serious About Rugby League.
“I expect him to be the organiser in the team and the guy who dictates whether we win a game or not.”
For Lane, with 50 appearances for the Black and Whites to his name, 2022 is a big year for him personally, as well as the team.
“Personally my goals are to build on the performances I put in last year and do my best for the team to put us in the best spot come the end of the season.
“Obviously we are aiming for top 4 and I know we can achieve this with the squad we have.”