A new chapter awaits former NRL winger Mitch Brown, who has signed with Super League side Warrington on a 1-year deal.
Brown, who most recently played for the Leigh Centurions, scored 8 tries in his 26 appearances with the club.
The former Wests Tigers, Canterbury Bulldogs and Cronulla Sharks winger played 132 NRL games and scored 39 tries in that time.
Brown praised his new side’s recruitment drive and looks forward to the chance of working with Steve Price.
“Warrington’s a power club in the Super League and they have a great team for next year,” said Brown.
“They had a good base to start with, have recruited strong and with Pricey (Steve Price) coming over it’s a good opportunity.
“I like the way Pricey coaches, the way he structures things, and he’s a good person off the field as well. Hopefully, he’ll bring a good culture to Warrington too.”
Brown will have no feelings of being alone, having worked alongside Price before at the Sharks and also being friends with new Wolves signing, Bryson Goodwin.
“It’s always hard going to a new team, meeting new faces, but there will be a lot of boys in the same boat even the coach here,” continued Brown.
“I know Bryson pretty well and have been coached by Pricey before so that will help. There are the same personalities just different faces on every team, and everyone is always very welcoming.”
Wolves coach Steve Price was after players that he believes have genuine first-grade experience and in his eyes, Brown is a player that can help develop the club culture.
“The culture I want to create is about players who are team first and willing to work extremely hard, having been involved with Mitch at Cronulla he certainly ticks those boxes,” said Price.
“He’s an outstanding quality person and will add a lot to the club culture which we are building.
“He understands the systems which I am implementing here at the Wolves and he knows that there are positions up for grabs in the wing spots and no places are guaranteed as it will all come down to how each performs in pre-season and the friendlies.”