Kyle Trout admits he is relishing the prospect of playing for Dewsbury Rams having signed a one year deal to team up with Glenn Morrison’s men.
Dewsbury have signed the 24-year-old back rower from Wakefield Trinity Wildcats and Morrison believes he can get the best out of a player who has featured in 24 Super League games.
Morrison said: “I’ve coached Trouty for a number of years, and he’s a Super League player, but he’s been unfortunate to have moved around a lot in the last couple of years.
“He’s looking for a home, somewhere where he’s wanted, where he can knuckle down and show what he can do. Kyle is a good kid and a great player. He’s very strong and is really committed to training and I think we will see the best of him in 2016.”
Trout played twice for Wakefield last season, while also having spells on loan with Championship sides Whitehaven and Hunslet Hawks.
Trout spoke to several former Dewsbury players, who helped sell the club to him and the second row man is looking forward to his time at Tetley’s Stadium.
Trout said: “I’ve spoken to quite a few people who play here, or who have played here in the past, and they can’t speak highly enough of the environment.
“This move gives me some consistency and the opportunity to settle down, which I am confident will bring out the best in my game.”
“I’m looking forward to continuing my development with Glenn. I played alongside him and I worked under him when he made the transition in to coaching.
“He really helped me to perform at my best and I made my Super League debut at that time. Having that consistency as a player, and working with him, will make a big difference.”