Foster signs new Bradford deal

Winger Jamie Foster has signed a new two-year deal at Bradford.

Foster, 22, joined the Bulls from St Helens in the close season and scored 84 points in 10 appearances before suffering an injury in the Challenge Cup tie against Rochdale.

He said: “It’s a massive confidence boost for me to get this new contract.

“The deal was very easy to agree and I was quick to sign on the dotted line.  I’m just really excited about what the future holds now.”

Foster spent the back end of last season on loan at Hull, after falling out of favour at Langtree Park.

He had previously scored more than 600 points in 54 appearances for his hometown club.

Bulls coach Francis Cummins said: “Jamie has improved since he’s been here and how he approaches the game.

“I don’t think we’ve seen the best of him yet but he’s got to keep going as he was before he got injured.

“I wanted him to stay and he’s agreed, so we’re really pleased.”

Foster ruptured a pectoral muscle in a tackle during the game against Rochdale on April 21, which has ruled him out for three months.

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