PEOPLE can expect to see Jason Clark and his family out and about around Warrington in the coming weeks.

The Australian back rower arrived in England last week following his move to The Wire from South Sydney with wife Laura and daughters Milla, 5, Andi, 3, and two-year-old Billie in tow.

Having set up in the south of the town, Clark begins pre-season training with The Wire on Monday and says his young family have settled in well so far with plenty more exploring to do.

“It’s lovely. Me and the family are really enjoying,” he said.

“I’m not doing too bad with the cold at the moment, but everyone keeps assuring me it’s going to get colder!

“I haven’t had too much time to have a run around Grappenhall and Stockton Heath around where we’re living.

“We’ve heard so many good things about Warrington in general. I made it out to Leeds the other day to watch the England game and I saw a lot of Wire shirts around.”

Jason Clark modelling the new home shirt at the Treasury Building. Picture by Dave Gillespie

He also told of how his decision to end a 10-year association with the Rabbitohs has inspired plenty of new Wire fans Down Under.

“Once I signed with the club, there were a lot of Souths fans somehow getting their hands on some Warrington kit,” he said.

“They made sure I saw it and they were proud to wear them.”

Watch the full video interview with Clark above