One off contract player Warrington Wolves need to tie down

Though the 2023 Super League season has yet to begin, preparations for beyond that will have already begun especially as most sides have already done all their business for the 2023 barring the likes of Catalans Dragons, Leigh Leopards and potentially Salford Red Devils.

As in the NRL, considerations will be made to how squads for the 2024 season will look especially after they set the precedent down under of making signings well in advance because of the 1st November rule.

All sides have players off contract at the end of 2023 and they will definitely want to secure some of these players down moving forward, and we will likely start to see this happen sooner rather than later especially as current clubs are allowed to underline what they intend for their current players coming off contract and essentially have first dibs.

So, considering this, which off contract player should Warrington Wolves look to tie down for 2024 and beyond?

Warrington only have five players off contract and some of them are big names.

However, the player Warrington should tie down is Ben Currie.

The backrow when on his game is an exceptional forward with threat and work rate and he could be the bedrock of Warrington’s brand new pack.

Thus, he is a player the Wolves should keep tied down especially as he looks forward to a testimonial against Leigh Leopards.

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Kenneth Spencer
Kenneth Spencer
30 days ago

Not played well since his injury. Great shame