Sam Moa has issued a statement of intent… by claiming he wants to see Catalans in finals every year.
The New Zealand international has joined the Dragons from NRL side Sydney Roosters as part of a reshuffle in the Catalans squad.
Having gone through his first weeks of training at the club, the 30-year-old insists that he has ambitions to make Catalans a force moving forward.
“My ambition is firstly to play my best football for myself,” he said.
“I have high standards and I want to play a high quality of football. I want to help do whatever I can on and off the field to help the Dragons be more competitive and hopefully every year make the finals and be in a good position to challenge for the trophies.
“I’ve played with a lot of players, I’ve been coached by Trent Robinson, and everyone said it’s a beautiful place to live.
“I spoke to my wife about it and it was hard to leave our family, I had a couple of offers in the NRL and Super League, but I spoke to my wife and we chose Perpignan as the right choice for us.
“I think it’s really important to have passionate people in the club. I’m happy to be here.”