Several of his international team-mates, including close friend and former Saints colleague James Graham, have
made successful moves to the NRL
in recent seasons but Roby is more than content with his choice to stay in Super League.
"'Jammer' is loving it over there, living near the beach and living the Aussie lifestyle," he told
BBC Radio Merseyside.
"I'm happy where I am. I've got the love for the club that I've had from growing up in the town and I'm more than happy to, maybe, see out my career at St Helens," added Roby, who missed much of the 2013 season with
two separate ankle injuries.
"I'm married with two kids - and the kids are settled in school. You've got to take a lot of other things into account as well. Ultimately it was a family decision and we decided [staying at] Saints was the right decision for us, but deep down I probably knew that I was never going to leave."
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