Joe Arundel tipped to be big hit at Hull FC
HULL FC assistant coach Andy Hay has tipped new signing Joe Arundel to be a big hit at the club.
Hay helped Arundel come through the ranks and into the Castleford Tigers first team as assistant to Terry Matterson, before joining the Black and Whites last year.
With Arundel following suit in making the switch to the KC Stadium, Hay says the 21-year-old centre has the tools to become a big hit for Hull.
"I know Joe really well and he's a fair player. It was disappointing not to see him play too much last year but he's come to the club and he's really excited about playing for Hull FC," Hay told the club's website.
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"The difference between what he was doing at Castleford and what he's done so far in training here has also helped him and he's stepped up a gear already. He's settled in really well and he's raring to go.
"He'll bring some strength to our squad and with Kirk Yeaman and Ben Crooks also here, he knows it will take his best form to get in the side.
"Our supporters didn't get much of a look at him last year but he's got a lot of ability and he's a good defender out there on the edge.
"He still has some little things to work on in his game, and we've already tried to do that in pre-season, but I'm sure he'll be a very good player for Hull FC in the future."