NEW BOY Danny Williams is relishing the prospect of making his Bradford Bulls debut this weekend.
The 27-year-old winger arrived from Salford Red Devils on Tuesday and is in-line to feature against Catalan Dragons on Sunday.
The dual-code talent, who has previously enjoyed spells with Leeds, Castleford, Hull FC, Hull KR and - in rugby union - Newcastle, says he cannot wait to be a part of a team he has always admired.
"I am looking forward to this weekend, especially given the fact we are at home," said Williams.
"The atmosphere is always great at the Provident Stadium, it is something I have felt as an opposition player on countless occasions in the past.
"Bradford is a team I have always admired from being a young boy. This is a massive club and it is one I am delighted to be a part of.
"The boys have made me feel really welcome and I have enjoyed it in my first few days under James Lowes.
"Training has been pretty intense, which is just how I like it, and, if I get the nod, I cannot wait to rip in on Sunday."
Williams, who is being proudly sponsored by Robert Watts having agreed a one-month loan deal with the club earlier this week, has spoken of his desire to secure a long-term future with the Bulls.
But the former England international realises he must deliver in the red, amber and black in order to make his presence known.
"If I can perform well over the next few weeks, hopefully I will be able to extend my stay and we will see what happens from there," explained Williams.
"This is a big club and if the worst came to the worst this year then I believe Bradford would bounce straight back up next year.
"Going down as part of a team like this is something I would be prepared to stick with and stand by.
"I would love to be a permanent player here. My contract is up at Salford at the end of the year and I think Bradford would be a viable option for me."
James Lowes will decide whether or not to include the first addition to his Bradford roster in his 19-man squad for Sunday's First:Utility Super League clash this afternoon.
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