Will Pryce opens up on reports linking him with an NRL move

Huddersfield Giants’ Will Pryce has more than caught the eye this year whilst playing at the John Smith’s Stadium.

Following injuries to first-choice halfbacks Lee Gaskell and Aidan Sezer, Pryce was given a chance by head coach Ian Watson – something which the former Salford Red Devils boss did not regret.

However, such good form left papers in Australia claiming that Pryce was being eyed up by a number of big NRL clubs.

Yet for Pryce, it’s more a question of continuing to excel at Huddersfield.

“My future is with Huddersfield for the next couple of years,” Pryce said.

“I want to try and win something with the boys we’ve got at Huddersfield and not focus on the long-term so much.

“I want to concentrate on getting regular first-team rugby.

“I’ve got an agent and my dad guides me so I don’t focus on all the interest, it’s more about me focusing on my rugby.

“It’s rugby that does the best talking for you, that’s what will put me in the shop window.

“I signed at the start of this year for two more years through to the end of 2024 – I’ve not signed anything further, I’m just trying to crack on with my rugby.”

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