Salford Red Devils’ new signing Krisnan Inu admitted he was relieved to get minutes under his belt in his new club’s loss against Wakefield Trinity.
The 32-year-old only became a Red Devils’ player last week but was included on the substitutes’ bench as Salford went down 33-22 away at Wakefield on Sunday.
Inu was one of three players – the others being Adam Tangata and Wellington Albert – that were released from their contracts following Widnes’ financial downfall, but he says he is now looking forward to making Salford his home.
“I’ve had a few rough months trying to get something sorted after what happened at Widnes, but I’m happy that Salford came in for me as it’s a special club that is going places,” Inu said.
“Everything has been a bit of a blur lately, but I’m just glad that I can finally concentrate on my rugby; it’s all I’ve ever wanted to do and I didn’t want to retire, as I’ve got a good few years in me yet.”
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