Change can be good for a player and since his move to Super League side, the London Broncos, Nick Slyney has seen consistency in his game and opportunity given to him.
As a result, he has re-signed with the club for a further two seasons.
Since arriving at the club in January, Slyney has enjoyed a good period of consistency in his game, despite an overall poor season results wise for the Broncos club.
The former Brisbane Broncos forward is excited by the new deal and hopes to stay consistent and help the Broncos achieve the results they desire – wins.
“I’m very pleased to have a two-year contract,â€ said Slyney.
“It’s a bit of security for the future, more than that I want to try and help London get back to where they should be.
“I’ve loved it actually, I’ve really enjoyed playing football here even though the results haven’t been going our way.
Since his move, one constant in the team and someone that has given him a great deal of support is Broncos head coach, Joey Grima.
“I’m really enjoying the club and Joey’s doing a great job, the boys are awesome and I couldn’t ask for a better bunch of lads.â€
With the Broncos re-signing a fair few players of late, Grima was pleased to hold onto a player like Slyney.
“Since coming over here, he’s been an incredible person and just over the last five or six weeks has shown his real class and ability on the football field. More than that he’s a good person,â€ said Grima.
“I see him as a real senior figure and a real big part to our success in 2015 and 2016.â€