Greg Inglis insists he is raring to go after agreeing to come out of retirement with Warrington Wolves (7/1 Grand Final Winner) and hopes to help the club reach the “big stage”.
The 33-year-old retired in 2019 after a long-running battle with injury, calling time on his eight-year stint with South Sydney Rabbitohs.
The Australia international enjoyed a tremendous amount of success during his 14-year career, winning three NRL titles and a World Cup, while also appearing in 32 State of Origin matches.
After calling time on his playing career, Inglis stepped into a coaching role with Rabbitohs, which he claims helped him to rediscover his love for the sport.
Betfred Super League fans will have the opportunity to see the rampaging centre in action after putting pen-to-paper on a one-year deal with Warrington Wolves (9/2 Challenge Cup 2021).
After being handed the number three shirt, the former Melbourne Storm ace is confident he can play a big role in helping Warrington, who won the Challenge Cup and reached the Elimination play-offs last season, to achieve big things in 2021.
“I had a chat with the boys yesterday. I’m here to add value to the team. I’m here to do my job,” Inglis said.
“The thing is the challenge. I love to push my body to the limit. I want to get back into the game and give it my all.
“Towards the end of the year I want to get the team to the big stage.”