New Warrington half-back Chris Sandow believes that he has made the right decision in moving to join Wire straight away, rather than wait until next season.
He is also feeling very confident that his style of play will suit the Wolves and Super League, and that he can bring some quality and excitement to the team.
“I see it like that,” he said.
“Tony is a good coach. He’s been around for many years, so I’m just going to follow his direction as to how he wants me to play.
“I’m really excited. I know what I can do on the footy field.
“At times I’m probably the best in the league. I’ve just got to be consistent with my footy and I think that I can be the best.
“I think I bring a lot of confidence. Every time I walk into a room I own it, that’s the type of person I am.
“The boys see that when I go to training. On the field I like to try to spark the boys with a big tackle or a good play.
“The boys have got to lead from the front for me to do all that stuff.
“I’ve got to get behind the boys and lead them around the park.”
Sandow was also keen to leave the stress of Sydney and the controversy at previous club Parramatta Eels behind him and move to the UK.
“It suited me to come over straight away,” he said.
“I didn’t want to wait until next year.
“Just to get away from all the stuff that’s been going back in Sydney.
“I’m comfortable here under Tony Smith. It’s really professional.
“Everyone’s on the same page. With other clubs, everyone wasn’t on the same page, everyone was pulling against each other.
“But here, everyone’s on board together and I think that’s really good and shows where we going in the future.”