Widnes Vikings Head Coach Simon Finnigan has said he wants to bring a style to the club that will ultimately entertain fans.
Finnigan was appointed Head Coach ahead of the 2021 season, replacing Tim Sheens in the role.
Finnigan was born in Warrington, but moved to Australia as a young boy, before coming back to play for Widnes Vikings in 2003.
He went on to have two spells with the club, and says he is still a fan of the club.
When asked about what style he wanted to bring to the club, he said: “I am not one to say where |I think we should finish, but if we do well, we will be up there. If we dont, then we wont.
“The players know what they need to do.
“We have the quality. But we need to compete, and I am confident we will do that.”
He also said it was difficult for him to assess at this stage, what could be considered a successful season.
He added: “I want to win. A successful season is hard to predict, a lot of things will happen. I will look back well if we execute our type of rugby well.”