STUART FIELDEN is already confident he has joined the right club to continue his glittering rugby league career.
The former Great Britain prop put pen to paper on a two-year Giants deal last month following his release from Super League minor champions Wigan Warriors.
The vastly-experienced 33-year-old spent over six years at the DW Stadium after winning every honour in the game during a golden decade at Bradford Bulls.
And having now settled in at his new club, the Halifax-based front-row forward is convinced Huddersfield is the right place to be.
“I’m absolutely loving it,” said Fielden, who’s now fully fit following an injury-wrecked final two years at the Warriors.
“The set-up here is ultra-professional, the players are quality and the coaching and backroom staff are superb.
“When I first walked in for pre-season training, it was obviously with a bit of trepidation because you never know exactly what you’re going to find, but I really couldn’t be happier.
“I thought long and hard about what my next step would be after leaving Wigan, and I know I’ve made the right choice.
“I already feel this is my team now. I’m a Giant, I’m a happy Giant and I’m proud to be a Giant.
“We’ve got Wigan at home in our third game of the season, but as far as I’m concerned it’ll be no different to any other game.
“Doing my best for Huddersfield Giants is now all that matters to me.”
Getting to know Stuart Fielden – see tomorrow’s Examiner.