VILA Halafihi has declared himself willing to play anywhere next season after becoming the latest player to nail his colours to the Bulls mast.

Halafihi, who found a niche in the centres towards the end of last season after arriving at Odsal as a hooker, has put pen to paper on a two-year deal.

He said: "I'm over the moon to have signed. It's been a long three years for me but finally towards the end of the season I managed to get some game time.

"I was just delighted to get out there in front of the fans and do my best in whatever position that would be. I was just happy to get out there."

Injuries forced Geoff Toovey's hand last season and Halafihi suddenly found himself given more of a run in a new position, rewarding the Bradford coach's decision with four tries in eight appearances at centre.

Halafihi said: "I've enjoyed it. It is the complete opposite from what I'm used to.

"In the middle it is a lot more physically demanding than it is at centre, on your lungs and on your muscles.

"At centre it is constantly thinking about the right decision to make – but I have enjoyed it out there.

"I'm looking forward to next year, getting a pre-season under my belt and finding out what position I will be playing.

"That try at Halifax, I was playing in my first game at nine. But I'm going to go into this next season with an open mind, like I have done with this one, and just try and give my best and see where it takes me."