Tony Clubb: No regrets about critical London Broncos comments
New Wigan signing Tony Clubb says he has no regrets about making his desire to leave London Broncos public.
In an interview with Forty-20 magazine in July, the forward said he wanted to quit as he was "sick of losing" and did not play for the club again.
Clubb, 26, told BBC London 94.9: "It was probably more frustration at the time but I don't regret what I said."
The England international's Broncos team-mate, Dan Sarginson, is
In 2014 they will swap London, who only avoided bottom spot in the table by for a Wigan side that and also
Financial problems dominated the 2013 season in the capital and, several members of the first-team squad - including hooker Tommy Lee [to Salford], utility back Luke Dorn and prop Scott Wheeldon [both to Castleford] - have departed.
"I was sick of losing," continued Clubb, who had a spell as captain of the Broncos last term. "It was the manner we were losing. I'll pick up on the Warrington game - to was embarrassing for me, for the players and for our fans.
"We had a bad season considering the players we had brought in over the past couple of years, we brought a new coach in, and how we finished the season before. I thought things were going to go well but it didn't pan out that way."
Although unhappy with the way his time with the Broncos ended, Gravesend-born Clubb added that he owes a lot to the club for helping his career.
"I'm thankful for what they've done for me as a player and a person, and I won't forget that," he said.
"If London weren't there, what would have happened? Thankfully they were. I was in the right place at the right time, London picked me up and now I'm moving to Wigan."