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Warriors back rower, Logan Swann, has not been slow in coming forward declaring his desire to see out his career with his club, the NZ Warriors.
The rangy 32 year old has said he would love to retire wearing Warriors colours. Despite a 3 year stint with ESL Club, Warrington Wolves, he has no desire to return and believes there is 'no place like home'.
Swann believes the Warriors were hesitant in tabling an offer while they were in the midst of negotiations with Kangeroo centre, Brent Tate. Now that those sucessful negotiations have been finalised, Swann is hopeful of some discussion with the club.
One of the Warriors top tacklers this season, Swann would be sorely missed both in defence and his experienced input in helping the clubs juniors.
With the anti-tampering deadline fast approaching, Swann is hopeful that as well as himself, the remaining 5 players, Todd Byrne, Tony Martin, Epahalame Lauaki, Corey Lawrie, and George Gatis can decide their collective futures.