Two games into his Hull career and Oliver Dynan is enjoying life at his new club.
The former Hullensians and Rotherham Phoenix flanker helped his new side beat Morley 47-0 to get their season back on track following their only defeat to Lymm the previous week.
Dynan admits it was crucial to return to winnings way against the side currently bottom of the Northern Premier Division.
“It was extremely important that we beat Morley and we did just that,” Dynan said.
“After losing to Lymm last week, a strong win was vital in ensuring that our season got back on track.
“Over the last couple of weeks we have put a lot of work into our attacking and defensive driving maul, it showed today as we were able to gain a lot of metres with ours and disrupt their mauls significantly.
“The 47-0 scoreline will send a message to the rest of the league that when we do get possession and we keep it, we will score trys.
“I know we can still improve and if we keep doing so week on week we’ll be a hard side to stop.
“I’m settling in at the club well, everyone is friendly and welcoming, which is great.
“Moving clubs is always hard, but the lads have made it an easy transition and I’m comfortable at the club now.”