HULL Kingston Rovers winger Craig Hall has revealed he turned down the chance to join Warrington Wolves for next season.

Outside back Hall, whose sister Vicky is the long-term partner of Wire assistant coach Lee Briers, returned to Rovers from Leigh ahead of the Middle 8s and finished the campaign in sparkling form, scoring 14 tries in eight games.

Price has said he is keen to strengthen the depth of his three-quarter line for 2019 and Hall, who is adept at centre and full-back as well as on the wing, would appear to fit the bill perfectly.

The 30-year-old former Hull FC, Widnes, Wakefield and Toronto man told the Hull Daily Mail he spoke to head coach Steve Price about joining The Wire, but nothing materialised.

“There was some interest from other clubs, yes," he said.

"I had a chat with Steve Price up at Warrington Wolves about going there for next season as at the time I was still waiting for Rovers to come back to me.

“But I always wanted to stay and was more than happy to sign another deal here. Now I want to stay longer beyond 2019.”