The Bradford Bulls have continued their impressive retention drive, re-signing young utility Danny Addy until the end of the 2015 season.
Addy, 22, can play both back-row and at halfback and has been a part of the Bulls system since 2007, with coach Francis Cummins excited to have retained the talented youngster.
â€œDannyâ€™s been really good for us this year and Iâ€™m really glad heâ€™s signed,” said Cummins.
Heâ€™s a home-grown player and thatâ€™s really important to me. The club has had a great record over the last few years of bringing players through and Dannyâ€™s one of those.
Dannyâ€™s definitely got his best years ahead of him. Heâ€™s gone toe-to-toe with some great halfbacks this year and heâ€™s got to learn from that, but heâ€™s only going to get better so it is really pleasing.â€
For Addy, he is just as excited to be staying with the club and free online casino slot games looks forward to the next two seasons at Bradford.
â€œIâ€™m really happy to sign a new deal because I really enjoy it at this club and Iâ€™m now really excited to play with another two years under my belt,” said Addy.
It was always my first choice to stay here. Iâ€™ve been at this club for a long time all the way from the academy to the first team and Iâ€™ve always wanted to be here.â€
Also praising Addy was Bulls Deputy Director Robbie Paul, who has been impressed with Addy’s work-rate and ability in 2013.
â€œDanny has been first class for the club this season,” said Paul.
“He has had a major influence in many games and he will continue to improve over the next two years. He is a Bulls junior who is fully committed to the club and really glad he has signed this new deal.â€