Warrington have signed a {deal with {utility|usefulness} back Jake Mamo {from|out of} Super League {rivals|competitions} Huddersfield Giants|deal}.

The 24-year-old scored 17 {tries|attempts} in 25 matches {{more than|over} {two|just two} seasons {that|which} were injury-hit {with|together with} the {Giants after {going|moving} {from|out of} NRL side Newcastle {in|at} 2017|Giants}|after {going|moving} {from|out of} NRL side Newcastle {in|at} 2017, {more than|over} {two|just two} seasons {that|which} were injury-hit {with|together with} the Giants|after {going|moving} {from|out of} NRL side Newcastle {in|at} 2017 {more than|over} {two|just two} seasons {that|which} were injury-hit {with|together with} the Giants}.

He said {he’s|he is}”{eager|excited}” to {join|combine} {Wolves|forces}, a side beaten in {either |}the Super League and Challenge Cup finals last {season|year}.

“{I have|I’ve} been {wanting|attempting} to combine a {solid|good} club for quite {a while|some time},” explained Mamo, {that|which} {can|could} play full-back, wing and {centre|center}.

“{I am|I’m} excited about seeing {exactly|just} what the year ahead {holds.|}”

Warrington head coach Steve Price {stated|said} Mamo is a”{great|good} acquisition”, who”brings a {lot|great deal} of excitement” {into|to} the side.