Former Hull FC and Toronto Wolfpack centre Hakim Miloudi has been plying his trade in the French Elite One Championship for Albi.
As this season comes to a close there is a big chance for the top players in France to come over to Super League or the Championship.
Thus, there has been talk that Miloudi could make a move over to the UK.
Speaking to Serious About Rugby League he suggested that this was not going to be the case.
“We never know what can happen in the future, but I’m contracted with Albi for two years and I’m really enjoy my time here. It is a nice city and a really good club with some amazing fans.”
He is very happy over in France where he was born:
“I’m really happy to be back in France with my wife and my son so he can grow up with is family and we can see them and have some good time.”
He has called for more Super League clubs to take a punt on French players:
“The level is better, faster and good to watch but we still far from the Super League level but we can match some Championship clubs.
“Yes definitely! We have a lot of French talent here but they are struggling for a manager or agents or being able to talk with some clubs over there to move.
“But I think both sides need to work with each other to send some players on loan or on trial to France or us to England. All French players want to play in Super League, it’s a big dream.”