Dewsbury Rams recently announced the re-signing of Frazer Morris on a two year deal, the prop has committed his future to the club until the end of the 2021 campaign.
Morris arrived at the Rams halfway through last season after he left rivals Halifax to come to Dewsbury.
On signing his new two year deal at the club the 23 year old said: “I’m really excited to have signed with the Rams and develop myself as a player and hopefully make a big impact from the start of the season.
“It’s a chance for me to be a key player for the club and hopefully over these two years I can develop into a better player and individual.”
Morris insisted that he settled into the Tetley’s Stadium side quickly and felt at home right away in the club.
On coming into the club last year, Morris commented: “I settled in quite fast because both players and staff were very welcoming and so were the fans from the get go. I’ve really enjoyed my time at the Rams especially for giving me the chance to prove myself.
“It’s important to develop a bond between the fans and players because you want to be thankful for their support no matter the result.”
Morris believes he can push on this season and make the position in the team his own, he says he wants to push the boundaries and develop as a player.
He said: “My aim at the club is to keep pushing boundaries and developing myself as a player.
“As a team we want to be able to give ourselves a better chance of improving and hopefully finishing in a much better position then we did last season.”