Jamie Foster is one of the most outspoken ex-players out there and now the former St Helens , Huddersfield Giants, Hull FC and Bradford Bulls winger has made some bold predictions about the new season.
One of which is that Warrington Wolves will fire again in 2023 after they finished 11th in 2022.
That was only the second time since 2016 that the Wolves had missed out on the top four and only the third time since 2010.
Foster said on Twitter as he expressed his desire for Super League to come back:
“Tell you what I’m desperate for SL to start now…..really miss the game when I don’t get my fix. I really hope the teams like Wire that didn’t fire last year step up as it makes the game so much better. Going into the season as WCC would be sweet as well.”
He also said he doesn’t know how Wakefield Trinity will pick up any points in the new season:
“I don’t know where wakey will pick up any points if I’m honest….not unless a team massively underperforms. I think Leigh Leopards will do alright. There’s a couple of teams worse than them in SL.”
Ultimately, he things Wigan Warriors will also compete alongside the Wolves and of course his beloved St Helens:
“I think Wigan are looking strong this year. And Warrington on paper are good. Saints will be saints and will take all the beating but I think Wigan will be so so close behind us if not slightly ahead.”