Warrington Wolves are heading into a brand new era at the Halliwell Jones under new head coach Daryl Powell.
The former Castleford Tigers boss recently took over from Steve Price following the latter’s departure after four years at the club.
And, with him, Powell has brought in six new signings including Greek international Billy Magoulias, who signed a one-year deal with the option of another 12 months.
For Magoulias – who plied his trade with the Cronulla Sharks in the 2021 NRL season – it’s a case of trying to impress to stay at the Halliwell Jones for longer that amount of time.
When asked what he wants to achieve over the next year at Warrington, Magoulias told Greek newspaper Neos Kosmos, “I’m hoping to win the competition over here with the Wolves.
“Trying to secure an extension on my contract would be one, and just play well, perform well and see what happens after that.”
The 24-year-old also gave a word of advice for any budding rugby league players.
“It’s a tough game. I feel that you’ve got to be quite mentally strong.
“Physically you have to be pretty disciplined and look after yourself, train very hard.
“Training is such a major part of it and just rocking up, day in, day out even when things aren’t going your way or whatever the case may be.
“So that’s probably the number one thing I’ve learnt from it.”
Magoulias joins new signings Greg Minikin, Peter Mata’utia, Joe Bullock, Oliver Holmes and James Harrison at Warrington for 2022.