ADAM SIDLOW is expecting big things from Bradford Bulls in 2015 after recently agreeing a new one-year-deal with the club.
The 26-year-old prop played a key role in the Bulls' victory over arch-rivals Leeds Rhinos on Friday night, having on Wednesday joined team-mates Lee Gaskell, Tom Olbison and Dale Ferguson on the roster for next season.
He will partner up with newcomer Dan Fleming in the Bradford front row, when the Bulls take to the Championship next term, with Australian back Jake Mullaney also coming on board.
Sidlow believes the club's recent recruitment drive is providing the Bulls' soon-to-be second-tier rivals with a clear statement of intent.
The former Salford star insists Bradford mean business for 2015 and beyond.
“The signings that have already been made is testament to the club,” said Sidlow.
“This is still a massive organisation and I am delighted to be extending my stay here.
“To retain the likes of Gaskell, Ferguson and Olbison shows we are putting together a strong squad. We can be very confident of coming back up.
“Those guys staying put was one of the main reasons I signed a new deal. We have a great bunch of players here.
“No-one wanted to be a part of the team which goes down but it has made us so very determined to bounce straight back up. We want to return at the first attempt.”
Sidlow gave a rip-roaring account of himself during Bradford's 20-14 triumph at Headingley, on Friday evening, as his side recorded a second-straight First:Utility Super League triumph.
Next up are Hull FC and the towering forward says he and his fellow Bulls cannot wait for action to return to the Provident Stadium.
“Beating Wigan was very special, so to go to Leeds and get another massive win was fantastic,” added Sidlow.
“Our supporters have been fantastic in helping across the line in the last two games.
“And we cannot wait to get back to playing at home, hopefully giving them something to cheer about against the Black and Whites.”
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