Huddersfield Giants have done some great recruitment ahead of 2023.
They have signed centres Kevin Naiqama, Esan Marsters and Jake Bibby and even when losing a player in the shape of Jake Wardle have been able to bring in two more players in Jack Bibby and Sam Halsall from Wigan really adding to the youth in the side building towards the future as well as the present.
On top of this, the Giants have retained some of their key men such as James Greenwood, Seb Ikahihifo and Oliver Wilson who signed a very long-term deal.
Speaking of long-term deals, Huddersfield have announced another exciting signing this morning on long deal in the shape of Salford Red Devils second-row/centre Harvey Livett.
Livett has put pen to paper on a three year deal with the Giants from 2023 meaning he will be at the club until the end of 2025 by which time he will be 28.
The former Warrington man has spent two years with the Red Devils but has struggled with injuries in 2022 .
He has also had time with Hull KR and represented England Knights.
He’s even played at Wembley for the Wolves in their 2018 Cup Final defeat to Catalans.
His versatility makes him a real asset for the Giants moving forward.