Wigan Warriors’ new signing Abbas Miski has arrived at the club.
And, he was shown wearing the new training gear at the DW Stadium as he gets ready for his first Super League pre-season following a spell at the London Broncos.
Miski, 26, scored 12 tries in 13 appearances for the capital club in 2021 and joins following a spell in the NRL with the Manly Sea Eagles.
On signing for Wigan, Abbas Miski said: “I’ve tried to play my very best at London and a couple of opportunities came up and Wigan were on my eye from the very beginning. I know how great the Club is and everything about them speaks professionalism and I wanted to be here. I jumped on the opportunity.
“I know it’s a proud Club. Everyone who I’ve spoken to from Wigan takes pride in this Club and I definitely want to be a part of that. Next year will be exciting with it being the 150th year for the Club and I’m glad to be a part of that. I can’t wait.
“I definitely have a point to prove. I have a lot to improve in my game and I feel like this is the Club to help me do that. I want to prove to myself and everyone else that I can be a consistent Super League player and I can offer something to this Club which will help us win trophies.
“The facilities at Robin Park Arena are fascinating. I’ve told all the coaches that it’s the best I’ve seen in a while. As a player, you have no choice but to improve using these facilities – there’s so much good going on here to become a better player.”
Miski was one of three signings announced at the same time, alongside NRL duo Kaide Ellis and Patrick Mago as Wigan attempt to improve significantly ahead of the 2022 Super League season.
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