New Wakefield signing Jarrod Sammut has written an open letter to Bradford Bulls fans, apologising for leaving the club and thanking them for their support.
The 27-year-old Australian wrote a note on his phone that he shared on his Twitter account. The full version can be found below.
The Maltese international was one of the most popular figures at Bradford and was a prolific try-scorer, crossing 22 times in 23 appearances for the Bulls in 2013. He had a year left on his contract at the Provident but was offered more security at Wakefield.
On the move, Sammut said: “I must give a big thanks to the passionate Bradford fans and those involved for all your love and support over the past few years.
“I have loved every minute of my time with the Bulls and have made long-lasting memories and friendships, which I am grateful for.
“While it hasn’t all been the most pleasant, it has been an experience that I’ll never forget.
“I do apologise for leaving but it’s what’s best for my family at this point in time. I hope you can understand.
“Thank you all again for welcoming me into the Bradford Bulls family and a feeling of home away from home. I wish you the best of luck for the rest of the season.”