WARRINGTON Wolves fans will soon get a unique insight into the club’s dramatic shift from also-rans to multiple trophy winners when club captain Adrian Morley reveals all in his autobiography.

Documenting the life of one of British rugby league’s most decorated and well-respected professionals, ‘Moz: My Story’ charts the Salford-born star’s ascent to the top of his sport, from winning an NRL Grand Final in Australia to leading Wolves to three Challenge Cup trophies and even including their recent Grand Final defeat to his former club Leeds Rhinos.

If you have ever wondered how Wolves have changed from Super League’s nearly men to Grand Final challengers, Morley reveals some of the secrets of Tony Smith's regime change in his book and plenty more besides.

“I have been fortunate that every club I have been at they have won something major, but being here for Warrington winning their first trophy of note for so many years was special,” he said.

“The rugby stuff takes care of itself really as I have been lucky enough to enjoy a varied and successful rugby league career, but there is also enough controversial off-the-field tales to keep people interested.

“There are a few things in there that were painful to relive such as a few things from my early years, scrapes with the law and stuff like that.

“It all happen though, so I had to tell the truth even if there are things I am not proud of.

“We took the rough with the smooth, but it is all laid out for people to see.”

To celebrate the release of ‘Moz: My story’ (priced £18.99 from Vision Sports Publishing), Morley will be performing a meet and greet at the Trafford Centre’s Waterstones store on Saturday from 4pm.

The former Leeds, Sydney Roosters and Bradford Bulls prop will then officially launch his book at the Halliwell Jones Stadium on Monday, November 12 and will be signing copies in Wolfware from 12pm.

Finally, Morley will be signing copies of the book at the Warrington Waterstones in Golden Square on Saturday, November 24, from 2pm.

Don’t miss next week’s Warrington Guardian for an exclusive extract from ‘Moz: My Story’.