Hull KR half-back Dane Chisholm has admitted that despite returning to the NRL next year, he’d be open to a return to England and Super League in the future.
Chisholm holds a French passport which means that should any club in Super League want to sign him in the future, he would not take up a quota spot at a club.
And after a spell with the Robins ahead of his move back to the NRL with Canterbury in 2016, Chisholm admits he’d certainly be open to the UK – and he’d also be open to returning to Hull KR one day.
“I would love to come back here and test myself one day. That’s the good thing about having this French passport, is that it gave me this opportunity. If I was asked to come back to Hull KR, I’d have no hesitation,” Chisholm told the Hull Daily Mail.
“I’ve absolutely loved it here. I’ve made lots of pretty close friends who I’ll definitely keep in touch with and I’ll be telling everybody in Oz how good it’s been.
“It was pretty tough at first, being thrown in at St Helens, but I’ve grown into it and being at KR has aided my development so much. Definitely, coming back to the UK is something I’ll bear in mind.”