Danny Ward keen to stay on as London coach

London coach Danny Ward has revealed that he is keen to extend his contract with the club.

The 39-year-old guided the Broncos into Super League in his first season as head coach.

London currently sit bottom of the Super League table – two points adrift of Hull KR, Huddersfield and Wakefield. There are two games remaining.

Ward told BBC Radio London: “I’m speaking to London now, I’m very happy here and I want to extend.

“London is my home and I’ve been here 12 years now.

“I’ve been involved in every age group, I see it as a long-term project and I want to be part of London Broncos in Super League.”

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