AUSTRALIAN star Liam Fulton was giving Huddersfield Giants all the credit after winning a new contract with Wests Tigers.
The 24-year-old playmaker, who made 16 appearances for the GIants last season after joining on a short term deal from the Sydney NRL outfit, was full of praise for Huddersfield coach Nathan Brown and his team after confirming a new two-year Tigers deal.
Fulton, who played for Brown in both the Challenge Cup final against Warrington and in the Super League play-offs, said: “My time at Huddersfield helped develop my game and I am returning to the NRL a more complete player.”
Fulton played 76 matches for Wests from 2003-2008 before heading to the Giants for the 2009 season.
Despite suffering an early-season injury, Fulton impressed with the Giants and he is looking to boost the Tigers with his high workrate, versatility and ball skills.
“Returning to Wests Tigers has me really excited, there is a real buzz about our 2010 campaign,” said Fulton.