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Sport 'I haven't changed my mind': GI committed to Wolves despite NRL interest

14:02  27 october  2020
14:02  27 october  2020 Source:   smh.com.au

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  'I haven't changed my mind': GI committed to Wolves despite NRL interest © AAP

Greg Inglis has vowed he will honour his Warrington deal, turning his back on several big-money offers on the table from NRL clubs.

As Inglis admitted he had given serious thought to answering a Queensland Origin SOS earlier this year - only to decide a comeback would ''tarnish the Maroons jersey'' - sources close to the former Melbourne and Souths star revealed he was still in demand locally.

Shane Richardson has been a long-time friend and mentor to Inglis and confirmed to the Herald the 33-year-old still had live options in the NRL, but wanted to honour his Warrington deal.

There were whispers a fortnight ago that Inglis was having second thoughts about starting his rugby league revival in the middle of winter in the north of England in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic. But Inglis and Richardson said the Super League move was not in doubt.

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"There have been offers fielded about Greg playing in Australia again, but he's chosen to play in England,'' Richardson said.

"They're good offers from NRL clubs. But Greg is a man of his word. There are no regrets. He could earn a lot more money here but he's achieved what he's wanted to in the NRL.''

Inglis said of the Warrington move, which is a one-year deal with an option in his favour: "I'll head over in the first week of January, quarantine for two weeks and then get into it.


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"I'll worry about things here first and take it one day at a time. Covid has changed a lot of things this year. My priority right now is seeing the family and kids first. But I'll definitely be heading over - I haven't changed my mind or thought twice about it.''

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The time out of the game has given Inglis the proper time to get his body right while he is also in a good head space. Richardson believes Inglis has been the happiest he has been in five years.

On Tuesday, Inglis helped the NRL celebrate Ampol coming on board as the naming rights sponsor for the State of Origin series until 2023. The Queensland great backed the Maroons to defy the odds, just as they did against a star-studded NSW side in 1995.

He also confirmed talk of him making a miraculous comeback, despite not having played in the NRL since the start of 2019, was ''not smoke and mirrors''.

"I was definitely a chance, but you need to be physically fit, and I had had no contact work for that long,'' Inglis said.

"For me to have gone back in there, it would have been unfair on the other players. I left on a good note, and if I went back I wouldn't have wanted to tarnish the jersey.''

Inglis terrorised Nathan Cleary on debut in the middle of the Melbourne Cricket Ground in 2018. He was excited to see what AJ Brimson could do for Queensland and backed coaching dream team Wayne Bennett and Mal Meninga to help the young Titan go to the next level.

"Anything can happen on the Origin arena, it's unpredictable ... they [Queensland] can show everyone what they are about,'' Inglis said.

Former Souths teammate Cody Walker is in a five-eighth race with Luke Keary for the NSW No.6 jersey, and Inglis said of his mate: "Cody is a game-breaker for Souths and could be if he takes the field for NSW.''

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