NEW Giants loan signing Gene Ormsby is hoping to hit the ground running.

The 23-year-old winger met up with the Huddersfield squad for the first time yesterday after joining on a month’s loan from Warrington Wolves.

Head coach Paul Anderson has already hinted Ormsby could make his Giants debut in tomorrow night’s Super League XXI clash at Hull FC as his new club look to secure just a second success of the season.

Gene Ormsby in action for Warrington

And the new arrival can’t wait to wear the claret and gold for the first time.

“I’m really looking forward to it and I’m really excited to be playing some rugby and getting some games under my belt,” said Ormsby, who will wear the Giants No35 shirt.

“This is a top-class team and that’s why I wanted to come here. I think that I can offer something and with the kind of club that Huddersfield are, I think it’s a great loan move for me and I can learn a lot from being here and from the players that are already here.”

Ormsby, who can play either on the wing or at centre, has spent his whole career at Warrington Wolves and is relishing the prospect of playing in a new environment.

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“I’ve been at Warrington since I was 16, so it is a new environment for me, new players and I think that is going to help me as a person and develop my game by working with different players,” he added.

“Obviously, as a winger, I’m looking forward to working with Jermaine McGillvary and learning from him and, overall, I’m just looking forward to my time here.

“Ultimately, I want to hit the ground running. I feel fit and I’ve been training hard at Warrington so I’m ready for it.

“I’ve played a couple of reserve games for Warrington this season so I feel like I’m ready to go and get in there and do a job straight away, if I’m selected.

“My aim is to play some good Rugby League whilst I’m here and hopefully we can help each other out.”