Warrington Wolves forward Ben Harrison wants to Play on in 2017, as he hunts for a new home.
Harrison, 29, failed to make Warrington’s first team squad for the 2017 season and is believed to currently in negotiations with the Wolves on a appropriate payout agreement.
The Warrington Wolves honoured their hardworking forward with a Testimonial Match again the Huddersfield Giants in February, but it didn’t all go to plans with the Giants spoiling the party with a 12-0 defeat over the Wolves
The long serving Warrington Prop/loose forward has endured an injury-riddled two seasons, as he has undergone knee, wrist and ankle operations that restricted him for the majority of the 2016 Super League season.
Harrison was put on loan to Wakefield Trinity at the end of the 2016 season where he made just 4 appearances for the club.
Harrison believes now his body is the healthiest it has been in 18 months and is looking for a new team to play for in the 2017 season.
The 29-year old 224 game veteran hopes are to remain in the Betfred Super League as he believes he can still mix it with the best.
But, Harrison concedes he may need to prove his worth in the Kingstone Press Championship League before Super League Clubs show interest in him, either later in the 2017 season or for the 2018 season.