Harvey Livett outlines trophy ambitions after joining Huddersfield

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Harvey Livett says he wants to win a major piece of silverware with Huddersfield after joining the club on a three-year contract from Salford.

The 25-year-old has made 96 career appearances for Warrington, Rochdale (loan), Hull KR (loan) and Salford since making his first team debut in 2017.

Livett said: “I’m really excited, it’s a massive club and the way things are going at the moment is really exciting.

“Being under Watto (Ian Watson), he signed me at Salford but I never got the chance to play under him because you guys took him! But no, it’s really exciting and I am looking forward to it.

“The main thing was Ian Watson has a lot of faith in me and he knows the level that I can get to in the next couple of years and that’s the main reason I signed really.

“The way things are going for Huddersfield is exciting. With getting to the Challenge Cup final again and into the play-offs the next year the aim, but we want to go a step further and win the Cup or get to a Grand Final. There’s a lot of good things coming for Huddersfield and I can’t wait to be a part of it.”

Ian Watson delighted to welcome Harvey Livett to Huddersfield

Livett won international honours in 2018 with England Knights on their tour of Papua New Guinea. He also played in the 2018 Challenge Cup final for Warrington.

Giant coach Ian Watson: “Harvey is exactly the kind of player that we want to have involved in this organisation. We’re excited for him to join up with the squad.

“I have a lot of faith in him. I’ve told him that, he’s a hard worker who offers size and speed. He can add versatility and another dynamic that will be a great addition to our side.

“Having players like Harvey in the team is important in driving the culture and improving the standards across the board in moving towards what we want achieve, consistently competing for Cup finals and being at the top of the table in the Betfred Super League. Harvey is a player I know well and we can’t wait to have him in the team.”

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