Hull Pirates’ forward Jordan Fisher has agreed a further season with the club.
The 22-year-old enjoyed his first year in the EPL with the Pirates during the 2015/16 campaign, featuring in all 54 games.
Fisher said: “I can’t wait to get the season started with – I’m glad to be signing back in Hull again.
“I thought last season was a good season as we did better than we expected. I found it a bit difficult at first, but I started to get into it and I think I can do a lot better next season.
“Looking at the guys we’ve have signed already it’s looking like it’s going to be a good team and we’re looking to do a lot better than last season.”
Head Coach Dominic Osman added: “Fisher was one of the guys who was a late signing last year. From day one, his attitude has been nothing but great and he’s earned a spot for next year.
“He’s one of those players that you love to have in the locker room as well and he’s great with the guys.
“He plays his role and he’s someone who is improving and he’s still young.
“His love for the game and his passion for the game and especially in his hometown is something that I think drove him to becoming a better player.
“I think he was one of the most improved players from the beginning of the season, hands down.
“He’s committed, he’s ready to play and I sat down and spoke with him about his role and what he can accomplish for us in this upcoming season and it’s definitely a good thing to have him back.”
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