Hull FC’s Brad Dwyer out to prove himself after Leeds Rhinos exit as he reveals why he’s moved house

It’s the start of a new chapter in the career of former Warrington Wolves hooker Brad Dwyer as he leaves behind Leeds Rhinos where he won a Challenge Cup to join Tony Smith’s Hull FC.

Dwyer takes on just a one-year contract at the MKM Stadium and he’s excited to have the chance to prove himself at Hull FC.

“Like it is with the start of any pre-season, there’s the usual excitement there but there’s an added element of proving myself,” Dwyer told Hull’s website.

“I’ve come in and already got a sense of the freshness around the place, with there being a new training facility and a few new faces around camp.

“At the end of the day, I just want to do the best I can and win as many games as possible this year.”

He is also about to move house to live in Hull which is not something every player does after switching clubs.

He explained why: “It’s mainly to avoid the effect travelling in a car for an hour can have on your body,” he said.

“It’s not ideal to be sat in a car for an hour when you’re about to put yourself through a training session and it’s not particularly good for recovery, either.

“The other reason is that I want to be around it. I found that making the move from Wigan to Leeds was one of the best things I did because it allowed me to get out, meet new people. You can really immerse yourself in the city whilst you’re playing there.”

You can read the interview here.

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