HULL KR: 'Justin can bring the best out of me' – Hall vows to silence critics
HULL KR's new signing Craig Hall believes Rovers coach Justin Morgan will bring the best out of him and help silence his critics who say he cannot defend.
Defence will be top of Hall's priorities after signing a two-year contract at Rovers to follow in his father Dave's footsteps, who played for the club in the late 1970s and 1980s.
The Mail exclusively revealed in June Hall's future lay in the east of the city.
The 22-year-old believes he has a lot of work to do in pre-season, but is confident Morgan can develop his game to make him an established performer for Rovers.
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"I can't see why Justin can't bring the best out of me," Hall told the Mail.
"I know I have a lot of work to do to work my way into the team, but I'm determined to do that in pre-season.
"I'm sick and tired of people talking about my weakness in defence.
"Yes I might have been beaten a few times, but it's an area Justin and I have spoken about.
"Teams in Super League defend differently and at FC we were left exposed at times but Rovers all seem to defend together as a group.
"Attacking wise, I feel I can add pace and skill to the outside backs."