Sydney signing brings promise of goals and goals will come from others
He said it was a positive sign, but not to the extent that it showed how quickly they could adapt to the high level of competition in England.
'It makes us worry a little bit, but it's good news for us, it's good news for the group and there's no doubt that we have a lot of quality here,' he said.
'So we can't expect the same here as we did at the start of the year, but I think that's an area that we are definitely working on.
'That's nXO 카지노ot even a long time. We're always working on the same areas of the ground.'
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Smith is a tall and agile young forward who will come into a club in which it has high hopes and a massive media following, so is definitely one to keep an eye on.
'Nathan's a big kid and he's a very good finisher,' said Roosters coach Trent Robinson.
'He plays a lot like he has at NSW Waratahs. He runs extremely well, he gets the ball and runs around to go in and we're glad to have him.'
'We always have had a kick and kick return and we'll definitely look to add to that this year,' he said.
'I think we've got a bunch of players who can return the kick, but obviously Nathan Smith and Rory Kostjasyn are two who will do so well.
'He's got great kicking skills and he's also a strong runner.'
The club will have a tough task in filling a few key positions – just outside centre, outhalf, halfback and in the back row.
It's a chance to add more firepower and the Roosters have two exciting forwards – Will Hopoate, who can set up the goal, and Ben Hunt, one who also has speed, a good set piece and ability to lead his team back.
Kostjasyn was named as the Roosters best young player at the NAB AFL Draft Combine at the Waverley Hotel in Sydney last week and he was among the most exciting young players in the competition.