Joe Arundel is headed back to Bradford Bulls.
The former Castleford Tigers, Hull FC and Wakefield Trinity man left Halifax Panthers just before Christmas.
He is clearly happy to be back and had huge praise for the Bradford Bulls after all that they have been through in the last decade.
He said on signing for the club:
“The Bradford fans have always been a very vocal and passionate group. When I came in 2014 and the club was going through some hard times they always stuck by the team. I am looking forward to getting out there and proving some concocted press comments wrong.”
He also explained how the Bulls’ other transfer business was key to his decision after they signed the likes of Leeds Rhinos duo Jack Walker and Bodene Thompson as well as Huddersfield Giants Michael Lawrence:
“I am grateful for the opportunity to be back at the Bulls, the squad that has been put together looks exciting and I cannot wait to get started,” said Arundel.
“After speaking to Mark about the club’s goals for 2023 and seeing the signings that have been made it was a pretty easy decision to come to Bradford.
“I am hungry to succeed and want to be challenging for success – I want to bring some experience and control out on the edges, I feel I am someone that carries the ball well, runs good lines and am solid defensively.”