Warrington Wolves signing says he knows Super League is high calibre because of England’s World Cup performances

Warrington Wolves have put together an exciting new team for the 2o23 season with plenty of recruitment especially in the middle of the field.

Daryl Powell is hoping to guide the Wolves back to the play-offs after a tough first season.

He has brought in Catalans Dragons duo Gil Dudson and Sam Kasiano as well as NRL forwards Paul Vaugh and Josh McGuire.

McGuire has now spoke for the first time since arriving in England and has said that he knows he will be playing at a high standard in Super League based on what he has seen from England in the Rugby League World Cup.

Speaking on Warrington’s Twitter page, he said: “Super excited to be here, the boys have been super welcoming so have the staff.

“Really enjoying getting around town and getting the lay of the town which has been nice.

“I can’t complain at all, I’m just thankful for the opportunity and I’m super pumped to get going with the boys.

“It’s a new chapter in my life and career, I know the quality of football is very high calibre as you’ve seen from England in the World Cup. They almost got to the World Cup Final and played in the World Cup Final in 2017 so I know the calibre of player that is here but it’s a different style to be a part of and experience.

“There is a lot of hard work ahead to get ready for the season and I’m excited for the opportunity and I want to play some good footy.”

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