Will Pryce is headed to the NRL in 2024.
The Huddersfield Giants man has caught the eye over the last two seasons and is seemingly headed to Newcastle Knights.
There has been a constant discussion around what position Pryce will play in the future, and he has revealed where he would like to play at the Knights.
“I have only played 30 first grade games now,” Pryce said to the Daily Telegraph.
“I try to be as confident as I can. A dynamic running player — that has always been my game.
“I try to make sure I keep that strong and keep my hands on the ball, running it all the time and taking players on.
“I have been able to play in virtually every position in the backline. Doing that at a young age you learn a lot more.
“For me it is about being versatile and being able to play many positions wherever I am needed in the team. Myself, as I am progressing, I want to develop into an all around six or a running standoff.”
He is certainly excited by the challenge when it comes around in 2024.
“Obviously, it is a huge decision,” he said.
“I have made the choice to leave a lot of people behind in England. I am quite a family man. It is obviously a big decision but one I think I can’t really pass up on.
“Hopefully everything goes well, I will be made to feel at home in Newcastle and stay there.”