Fans ForumWarrington Wolves have re - signed Dean Busby, 27 on a two-year contract keeping him with the club until 2003.Dean made his rugby league debut for Hull in 1990/91 before a spell with St Helens and then he returned to Humberside to play for Hull Sharks in their first season in Super League in 1998. Busby joined Warrington in 1999 and has made 65 (33-sub) appearances for the club.Dean has played for England and Wales, and has been capped by GB at U21 level. Dean played for Wales in the Lincoln World Cup 2000 alongside fellow team mate Lee Briers. Dean has continued to appear in the Welsh line up throughout the 2001 season.Dean Busby commented on his commitment to the club, "I have been impressed by Steve's [Anderson] vision for the future of the club, especially with the youth programme that he is putting in place. The club have offered me an improved deal to stay with them and I have enjoyed my time here and feel that the future is strong for the club."Performance Director, Steve Anderson expressed, "Busby is a senior player that I feel will develop younger players like Noone and Knott. His experience is well documented having played for England and Wales in the U21s and Wales at first grade level. He has been a consistent player while he has been at Warrington and I'm looking for that consistency to continue from his game."
29, Aug, 2001