Heremaia and Hull agreed to a 2-year deal, with the club holding the option for a third year, and for Heremaia himself, he cannot wait for the opportunity to play for Hull.
â€œThey are a huge club with a big history and tradition and have had some pretty big names there down the years too, so it doesnâ€™t take much to sell a club like that,â€ commented Heremaia.
â€œI know I am joining an ambitious club with a good squad and coach and I think we have the potential to achieve something. They have just signed two new players with plenty to offer, so itâ€™s something I want to be part of.â€
â€œI have now been lucky enough to get another chance to play in Super League in England and itâ€™s one I jumped at to come back and fulfil one of my dreams.â€
Richard Agar, Hull FC coach said the following on securing the play-maker for their club:
â€œAaron has been playing the best football of his career and has been an outstanding performer for the Warriors over the last couple of seasons.
â€œHeâ€™ll give us another terrific option around the ruck, he has a tremendous kicking game and he can also play in the halves too.
â€œHe is a great professional who comes with glowing reports from everyone who has worked with him, including New Zealandâ€™s International coach (Stephen Kearney).
â€œHe is looking forward to playing Super League and will give us significant strength in the pivotal roles.”