Wakefield half-back Pita Godinet expects the Wildcats to be a force in Super League next year with a proper pre-season behind them.
The Samoan international was one of three players who arrived at the club just days before the start of the campaign.
Despite his late arrival alongside Matty Ryan and Scott Anderson, Godinet took to Super League instantly, scoring in three of his first five appearances including a brace in the resounding win over Catalans Dragons.
With recruitment close to being finalised for James Webster and pre-season plans in place for two training camps in the UK, Trinity look set to be well prepared for the challenges of the new 12-team Super League. Godinet is confident that can reap benefits for the Wildcats.
“The season did go pretty fast,” he said.
“It feels like only yesterday I was sitting outside my house waiting for the mail to get my passport and now I’m booked to go back home and spend some time with the family.
“It’s been a rollercoaster of a season but I think as long as get a pre-season under my belt with the club then we should be up for bigger and better things in 2015.
“With the big players that we’ve signed and a good pre-season under out belt we can gel as a team better and I think we can do wonders next year.
“Next year is going to be tougher because everyone’s going to be fighting for that eight. We can say we’re training hard but every other team is and thinking the same. We’ve just got to come back bigger and better next year.”