Jack Bussey wants to realise Super League ambitions with Featherstone

Jack Bussey has signed a new two-year deal with Featherstone.

Bussey, 26, joined from Toronto Wolfpack ahead of the 2019 season, having previously played for the club between 2012 and 2015.

He said: “I’m happy to get my contract sorted for the next two years. I’ve enjoyed my time here since I came back to Featherstone and I think you can tell that with my performances on the field and I know there is plenty more to come.

“Hopefully I will be back fit in time to have a real good crack at the play offs with the rest of the team as we know we can beat anybody on our day.

“I still have Super League ambitions and I’d like to test myself at the highest levels and who knows that could well be with Featherstone.”

Injury has limited Bussey, who has also played for London Broncos during his career, to just six appearances this term.

Coach Ryan Carr said: “It’s good news for the club because Jack is a really talented player. We’ve probably not had the luck that we would have liked with him this year with getting him on the field as much as we would have liked. Hopefully we’ll have him back within the next month and hopefully he finishes the year off pretty strong.”

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