The man they call ‘Magic’ has made sixty first grade appearances and one of his twenty career tries came for previous club St. George Illawarra Dragons in their 28-0 NRL semi-final play-off win over Manly Sea Eagles.
Last week the club also announced that seven of their brightest Academy prospects will become full-time members of the first team squad next year.
Wakefield Head Coach John Kear revealed that Millard is a player he has followed the progress of for some time.
“Daryl is a player who burst onto the scene for St. George Illawarra Dragons and I have followed his career with great interest ever since.”
“We saw off competition from other Super League clubs for his signature and we believe Daryl has his best years ahead of him and he is a major and exciting capture for our club,” said Kear.
The Fijian international is eagerly anticipating coming to ply his trade in Super League, and believes Wakefield can help bring the best out of him.
“The club is heading in the right direction and it was important for me to go to a club that is going to be successful,” stated Millard.
“I have been impressed with Wakefield’s progress and that is one of the main reasons I chose to come to the club.”
“Everyone I spoke to about the Wildcats said it was a great club and that the people there are fantastic so hopefully I can play my best football at Wakefield.”
Speaking on the other new signings who will be turning out in the red, white and blue of Wakefield next year, Millard said: “They’re all very good signings, very experienced players who have played a lot of good football.”