Warrington Wolves winger Josh Charnley says he did not think twice about signing a new contract extension at the Super League club. The 28-year-old joined the Wire in March 2018 after deciding to switch codes following an 18-month spell in rugby union with Sale Sharks.
The former Wigan Warriors ace has scored 40 tries in 51 appearances for Warrington since his return to rugby league and he is now tied to the club until the end of the 2022 season. Charnley has already won three Grand Finals and two Challenge Cups from his time at Wigan and he believes Warrington can follow suit in the coming years.
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“It was a no brainer really,” he said. “I’ve enjoyed my time at the club so far and when they offered me a new deal I couldn’t turn it down. “We’re a tight-knit group and do everything together. We’re building for something big at this club and we’re working hard week in week out to achieve something special.
To be a part of that would be something great. “We got to two finals last year where we were a small fraction off. That still hurts the lads here now. “We’ve been building and I believe we can achieve something big this year.”