Warrington's Latest Signing Talks About His Move


Warrington's newest recruit, Luis Johnson, has spoken to Rugby League Around The Grounds about his Rugby League future with his new club.

The 18 year-old revealed that Warrington had approached his manager some weeks ago saying "My agent Craig Harrison told me Warrington we’re interested a few weeks ago and I got to look around the training ground and stadium and I was very impressed. I also got to speak with the head coach Steve price and he was telling me about his pathway for me and talking about the ethos he wants to bring to the team and I was sold".

The future England hopeful has been compared to the likes of Sam Burgess and Adrian Morley, due to his; energetic, aggressive and dominant play style, having two names like that as a comparison is a very high bench mark.

When asked about his development and who he believes will have the biggest impact on his progression, Johnson said
"I think I will learn the most from Steve price, he has been a successful coach in the NRL and I can’t wait to work with him.  I will learn a lot from Lee Briers, I’ve already worked with Lee and I know he’s a great coach. I’m hoping to learn from people in my position like Ben Currie who has been one of stand out second rowers in past few years in the super league."

Speaking about what the coming year has in store for him, Johnson stated he knew this year would be mainly development based, saying "My goals for 2018 are to improve as a player and hopefully make a few super league appearances." a mature attitude for a young man.

What 2018 has lined up for this young talent is as yet unknown, but I for one look forward to seeing him in Super League soon.

Pom

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