WARRINGTON Wolves prop Ashton Sims has reflected on 'three great years' with the club after making his final appearance in the primrose and blue.

Sims played his last game for the Wire against Hull Kingston Rovers today, ahead of a move to Toronto Wolfpack.

And the fan favourite spent more than an hour posing for pictures with fans and signing autographs after the 46-24 win.

The 32-year-old said: "It was very emotional - I held it all together but after a couple of beers tonight I might let it all out.

"It's been a great three years - I know this year hasn't been the best but it hasn't dampened what happened in the previous two years I've been here."

Sims had the opportunity to kick the first goal of his professional career following the Wire's final try by Harvey Livett, but the Fiji international punted the ball just wide of the sticks.

He added: "It was pretty terrible - I thought I would try and poke it over the black dot but unfortunately it was about 50m wide.

"I thought I was going to pull a hamstring."

Watch Ashton Sims' final interview as a Warrington Wolves player in full above.