Warrington Wolves have made a number of key signings going into the 2023 season.
After a disappointing year last season as they finished 11th requiring a win late in the season against Toulouse Olympique to secure their safety.
They have signed NRL stars and Australian internationals Josh McGuire and Paul Vaughan and the former even won the 2017 Rugby League World Cup.
They have also brought former Leigh Leopards winger Matty Russell to the club as well as bringing Catalans Dragons trio Sam Kasiano, Gil Dudson and star halfback Josh Drinkwater to come alongside George Williams in 2023.
Drinkwater enjoyed his first session with the club today and has settled in very well as he said on Warrington Wolves’ Twitter page:
“I played with Gil Dudson and Sam Kasiano at Catalans Dragons for the past couple of the years but all the boys have been very welcoming and the staff, it has been very easy to settle in.
“Hopefully the snow stays away.”
He also believes there is a lot of talent in the Warrington squad and is very excited by the spine the club has assembled:
“There’s a lot talent in the team and the spine with George, Duffy, Daryl and Danny at hooker, obviously it’s going to take a bit of time to get the combination but the more time we spend on the field together in the early rounds the better, hopefully we can come together pretty quick and play some good footy together.”