Uncertain about his future in the game or stay on and play depending on how he felt moving forward, current Bradford Bulls hooker Matt Diskin has made the decision to stay, re-signing with the club for the 2014 season.
For the 31-year old, he wants to add to his 61 appearances for the club so far and feels like the Bulls is an organisation and a club that he can still contribute to.
“It wasn’t just about whether the club wanted to keep me, it was also about whether I wanted to go round again,” he said.
“I’ve been lucky enough to be part of a very special club here and I still Levitra feel I can contribute, as does my coach and team-mates.”
Diskin, who is seen as a senior player in the playing group is a key part of the side, and Bulls coach Francis Cummins is pleased that the club have retained the veteran.
“Disko has been good for us and played different roles by coming off the bench and starting games,” Cummins said.
“If I thought he couldn’t do it any more, I wouldn’t have made him an offer, but I think he can.
“He’s very, very tough and good defensively, plus he’s running the environment and the culture of the club along with Chev Walker, Heath L’Estrange and one or two others.”