THE Bulls fanbase will remain the club’s biggest selling factor to new players.

Head coach John Kear sees the pull of the loud support as a persuasive weapon when he is chasing recruits for next year.

And he does not see that changing because the Bulls will be rehoused in Dewsbury's more modest Tetley's Stadium.

Kear said: “If you’re looking at players and possible clubs who are approaching them, you’d still go to a Super League club whether we are in special measures or not.

“But if it’s a comparable Championship club, I feel you’d certainly listen to what we have to say.

“There isn’t another set of fans in the Championship like ours.

“The fans are fantastic. They pack these stands out.

“It’s so much fun, so good to be in and around this joint when you’ve got support like that.

“It makes you even more determined to give them what they really want and that’s what we’ll do.

“We’ll keep rolling our sleeves up, we’ll go in the muck and nettles and try to deliver what they deserve – and what we feel we deserve as well.”

Kear is ready to start “recruiting heavily” once the RFL decide to remove the special measures that currently prevent them from making signings.

The Bulls head coach, who currently has 14 players under contract for 2020, added: “I don’t see it as a major issue.

“I do think we can still have a more than competitive squad next year.

“But what a ball we’ve had this season. The Leeds game, and 10,000 plus in the ground, the farewell to Odsal, when there were 7,500, and the magnificent scenes at the end.

“It’s an absolute joy to be in and amongst this club, this group and the fans.”