London Broncos winger Kieran Dixon admitted that returning to the capital city outfit was a tough decision, as he dropped down to the Championship for the first time in his career.
The 26-year-old left Hull Kingston Rovers at the end of the 2016 season when they were relegated from Super League, although he did not feature in the Million Pound Game, to return to his first club London Broncos.
That being the first time he had played outside of Super League, bar a brief loan-spell with Hemel Stags, and the prospect was initially daunting. But Dixon struck a chord once more in London, helping Danny Ward’s side back to the top flight with 27 tries in 29 games in all competitions last season, as they won the Million Pound Game over heavily favoured Toronto Wolfpack.
Buoyed by a re-found desire to test himself at the top level, Dixon said the squad will soon realise the dream of playing at that level, with many of the squad completely inexperienced in Super League.