MOSE Masoe spoke to the In Touch Podcast last week about his move to St Helens.
The 24-year-old put pen to paper on a two year contract from 2014.
“St Helens is one of the best clubs in Super League and I was stoked when I was approached by them,” he said. “It was great that such a strong team would want me to play for them.
“I know a couple of players who have played there and that talk highly about the team and coach so I am excited to come over.
“I had another year to run on my contract but I was excited when I got the offer and my manager said Nathan Brown wanted me to play for them.
“I’m looking forward to playing in the Challenge Cup and the big games like Wigan. I love those rivalries and the passion that comes from the fans. The Roosters versus the Souths, Penrith-Parramatta those teams hate each other and that gives an extra five to ten per cent in the game.”
Mose describes himself as an impact player who does the simple stuff.
“I like to run and tackle hard,” he added. “It will be good to measure up against some of the best players in the world.”
Joining him is teammate Luke Walsh – a scrum half the club snared a few weeks back.
“I have been playing with Walshie this year so there is a combination there. When I come to St Helens I will know what kind of plays he does and it will be good to see how we gel as a team. He’s a little general on the pitch and will boss his players around.”
You can hear the full interview on the In Touch Podcast. Details on how to listen are here.