Bobbie Goulding has thanked Salford owner Dr Marwan Koukash for the chance he has been given to work for the Red Devils.
Koukash has previously stated that he intends to create a role at the club for the former Great Britain scrum-half.
Alan Hunte left his post as Salford’s head of youth recently, and it is believed that Goulding may be lined up for a similar role.
The exact job title and duties have yet to be finalised, however.
“The Salford fans have always been good to me but I have been taken aback by the level of support from them since Marwan said he was bringing me on board,” Goulding told the Manchester Evening News.
“I must thank Marwan for this opportunity. I am delighted to be given this chance. I am relishing it.
“I really am over the moon because I have waited a long time for the opportunity to really show what I can bring and do at this level.
“I did not have to prove anything to anyone other than to my family who have always stood by me. I know I can prove to be the best given this kind of opportunity. This can be achieved.
“Marwan has kept his word because he said from day one that I would one day be involved with what he is trying to build at Salford.
“The fans have been great and I really appreciate all their positive comments. RL fans in general have been so supportive in wishing me well and saying they are glad to see me back in the game.
“I am very much a fans’ man and always will be. The support for me is genuine and I cannot wait to get started with whatever is asked of me.”