After a somewhat unceremonious exit from the Wests Tigers, Josh Reynolds will embark on a new chapter with Super League side, Hull FC.
Reynolds, an experienced utility, is a signing that comes highly touted by fans who love his tenacity.
Over 10 years and 160 NRL games, Reynolds had stints with both the Canterbury Bulldogs and the Wests Tigers.
Hull FC, who have a storied chapter in the Super League, is a club Reynolds has heard a lot about and he is excited to play for them.
“I’m really excited and proud to be joining a club like Hull FC, they’re a big club with great heritage and a very passionate set of fans,” said Reynolds.
“I’ve heard a lot about the club and their vision which is exciting and I’d love to get over to the UK and try and win a trophy with them.”
From the stadium, the facilities, and the club history, Reynolds had nothing but praise for his new club.
“They’ve won the cup a couple of times recently which looked like great occasions to be part of and so do the Derby games.
“The stadium looks class.
“I can’t wait to run out there for the club and start the next chapter in my career, I’m really ready to rip in and get started. I’m excited about what the next few years have in store.”
Also new to the club is coach Brett Hodgson and looks forward to what Reynolds can bring to the table.
“Josh is an elite player,” said Hodgson.
“He builds his game around work-ethic and effort, and that’s what we are after here at the club – he’ll be a real leader for us.
“He’s played Origin, Grand Finals, and Prime Ministers XIII matches – he’s been involved in the game for a long time – he has played at the highest level and he will bring that experience with him.”
Hodgson also praised the passion that Reynolds shows on the field.
“Josh is a passionate guy, and when he sets his sights on what he wants to achieve, he will excel,” continued Hodgson.