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Super League: 'This is the only place I want to be,' admits young Wigan Warriors star Brad O'Neill

Brad O'Neill underlined his loyalty to Wigan Warriors after putting pen to paper on a new long-term deal.

Wigan Warriors have announced a new four-year deal for homegrown hooker Brad O'Neill, who has made an increasing impact of late in a position in which head coach Matt Peet is not short of options. 

The news comes on the eve of a big Super League game for the Cherry and Whites as they take on Warrington Wolves.
"This is the only place I want to be and I'm glad to be here for the next four years," said the 20-year-old, who came through the club's scholarship and academy systems.
"I won the Challenge Cup last season and my dream is to win more with this club. Last week was a really tough game but we came back in on Monday and learned some really harsh lessons.
"You can take positives from learning how to play in those different kinds of pressure moments. We'll learn massive amounts from last Friday and hopefully we'll take it forward into these big games that are coming up."
Wigan, who suffered a shock defeat to bottom-of-the-table Wakefield Trinity last week, will be intent on returning to winning ways against an out-of-form Warrington side.
The Warriors are currently fourth in the Super League table but only trail leaders Catalans Dragons by four points.
Wigan will also have one eye on the fast approacing Challenge Cup semi-final against Hull KR which is set to take place on July 23.
READ MORE: Super League: Wigan boss Matt Peet makes Wakefield admission as Warriors prepare for Warrington

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