WILL Pryce has gone when in time to help lay out his future in Australia.
For the Huddersfield star has sought out translating from England star Elliott Whitehead well-nigh moving Down Under, without his family helped him in the south of France.
While staying focused on the job in hand helping the Giants into the play-offs the 20-year-old has been getting tips on moving yonder at the end of the season.
Pryce, withal with Wigans Kai Pearce-Paul, will throne to NRL side Newcastle Knights and Whitehead, who lived with the Pryces when he joined Catalans 10 years ago, has passed on his wisdom.
He said: Elliott lived with my family and I when he moved to Catalans.
He needed the same thing when he was younger. Getting translating off people like him is massive and I fathom it a lot.
If I didnt take the opportunity now, its something Id have probably regretted. Its a once in a lifetime opportunity.
Im just getting the wittiness rolling with regards to moving over. Ive never left home and lived by myself surpassing but Im speaking to people at Newcastle to get things moving.
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Ive spoken to Dom Young, who plays at Newcastle, and Ill be moving over with Kai, which makes things a little easier.
Pryce still has work to do as Huddersfield struggle to make up a four-point gap on the top six in four matches, starting at Leigh tonight.
And plane though he will be elsewhere, he is unswayable to help lay foundations for when he has left, adding: Ive still got a job to do here but weve spoken well-nigh the season not going how we wanted it to go.
Were playing for each other, thats the main thing and versus Leeds, we set the standard we need for our last four games. We need four wins to make the top six, so its well-nigh sticking together and towers on it as a squad.
I wont be here but we need to build. Ill be watching from separated but I really want them to kick on.