KEVIN Brown says winning a trophy with Warrington Wolves would make his career ‘complete’.

The 32-year-old joined The Wire from neighbours Widnes in December after four impressive seasons and 97 appearances at the Select Security Stadium.

Brown, who ended a six-year international exile when he played for England in the Four Nations last year, says he doesn’t want to stop at one trophy.

“The main thing is winning a trophy, but I want to win them regularly rather than just winning one,” he said.

“I can’t be happy with just winning one trophy and some individual accolades in a career, I want to come back for years and be picking up trophies and that’s what I feel can be achieved here.

“I’ve had a good career, I don’t think I could have ever expected to have played the amount of games I have, been in contention to have won as many trophies or to have represented my country.

“Having said that, there’s still that one thing missing and winning trophies this year will make things complete for me.

“We are aiming to be up there for all three trophies again this season and we are in with a great shout.

“There will be other clubs with the same aim but I truly believe that, if we all stay fit and work as hard as we have been doing, we’ll get our rewards.”

Brown has only been with the club for a short time and the recent pre-season training camp in Tenerife was the first chance he had to train with the team in its entirety.

However even in that short period, Brown says he is firmly convinced of his teammates’ quality.

“I’ve never been in a side this good, I can tell that already,” he said.

“The facilities and the coaching are a real step up for me so I’m very excited.

“There is, of course, a lot of hard work to be done but it’s good to feel like we’re in pole position.

“The settling-in process has gone really well, I’m loving every minute of it to be honest.

“It has been great getting more used to the lads, how they play and how they are as people as well.

“I’m still picking up the language so to speak but it’s going really well so far.”

Brown, who arrived at the club to replace the departed Chris Sandow, is expected to form a half-back partnership with veteran Australian Kurt Gidley during the 2017 campaign.

He missed last Wednesday’s clash with Huddersfield Giants in Ben Harrison’s testimonial game with a hamstring strain but is tipped to take his place alongside Gidley in the Wolves line-up soon.

Much of The Wire’s success hinges on the duo’s link-up and the new arrival says things are looking positive for them both on and off the field.

“I’ve had good partnerships in the past with the likes of Danny Brough and Joe Mellor, I can tell when I’m going into a good one,” he said.

“Normally things just click straightaway and that’s what’s happened here with Kurt.

“I roomed with Gids in Tenerife and it was the first time we have really been able to train together.

“I did a bit with some of the younger lads before that which was good but linking up with Gids is something that’s going to be important this year.

“We’ve got a good relationship off the field already and that can only help with how things go on the pitch.

“It has been great getting to know his game and how he likes to play. He’s had a superb career and I can’t wait to get out on the field with him.”

Wolves recently returned from their 10-day trip to the Canary Islands, which has become an annual part of their pre-season preparations.

Brown feels this season’s trip was extremely valuable, both personally and collectively.

“The surroundings were great and having that sun on your back is always good, but the most important thing is the time we got on the field,” he said.

“If we’re going to have a successful season we need that continuity and that was key to what went on in Tenerife. The lads got to know me and how I play and vice versa as well.

“We were getting straight on with training every day and the intensity was absolutely fantastic.

“There hasn’t been much time since me joining and the start of the season where everybody has been involved so it was really valuable time.”

Brown’s career has seen him take in Wigan and Huddersfield as well as Widnes before he arrived at The Halliwell Jones Stadium.

After spending his younger days floating around the various junior teams in his native St Helens, the England pivot says rugby league was all he dreamt of doing.

He also revealed how he likes to relax away from the rugby pitch.

“I played for Blackbrook, Haydock Warriors, Pilkington Recs and Thatto Heath before signing for Wigan’s academy at 16,” he said.

“I used to say I’m going to be a rugby player when I was at school, I think I drove my teachers mad.

“They used to say ‘what if you don’t make it as a rugby player?’ and I always replied ‘well I am going to so it doesn’t matter’.

“I do a bit of fishing, I wouldn’t say I’m keen but people drag me along.

“I quite like doing stuff like that, it’s not too taxing on the body after a hard day’s training and fishing’s definitely one of them.

“Me and Danny Tickle go up to Tarleton near Southport for a couple of hours just to fish and get some sun on our backs, although that’s quite rare, and just to relax and wind down a bit.

“I caught a carp once that weighed about 20 pounds which I’d say is my biggest catch. There’s some big ones at Tarleton and I managed to snag one.”

Brown ended 2016 in possession of an England shirt after partnering St George Illawarra’s Gareth Widdop in the halves during the 36-18 Four Nations defeat to Australia on November 13.

That was Brown’s fifth England cap and he also scored his first international try in the Test victory over France that preceded their clashes with the Kangaroos, Scotland and New Zealand.

The prospect of playing in a World Cup at the end of 2017 is a carrot that dangles for many a Super League player and, while admitting he would love to be Wayne Bennett’s first-choice half-back Down Under, Brown says he can only do so by focusing on his club form.

“Playing against the best teams in the world in the Four Nations was amazing and it was great to be part of that again,” he said.

“With it being a World Cup year, there will be a lot of attention on who may or may not get picked.

“It would be brilliant if I could get in the mix but, for me, my main focus is Warrington and winning some trophies here.

“If we do that, I’m sure we won’t be far off.”