Nick Slyney: London Broncos forward signs new deal
London Broncos forward Nick Slyney has signed a new two-year deal with the Super League club.
The 26-year-old Australian joined the Londoners from NRL side Brisbane Broncos in January and has made 14 appearances for the club.
"Over the last five or six weeks he's shown his real class and ability on the field," head coach Joey Grima said.
Nick Slyney London Broncos forward
“I've really enjoyed playing here even though the results haven't been going our way”
"I see him as a real senior figure and a real big part to our success in 2015 and 2016."
Slyney becomes the fifth player to commit to the Broncos for 2015, following back row Jonathan Wallace and young trio Harvey Burnett, Toby Everett and Joe Keyes.
The Hive outfit appear set to be relegated from the top flight this season, having lost all their games in 2014, but Slyney hopes he can help the Broncos to an immediate return.
"It's a bit of security for the future and more than that I want to try and help London get back to where they should be," Slyney said.
"I've loved it actually, I've really enjoyed playing football here even though the results haven't been going our way.
"I'm really enjoying the club and Joey's doing a great job, the boys are awesome and I couldn't ask for a better bunch of lads."