GEORGE Williams says he is ready to show what he has learned in the NRL in a Warrington Wolves shirt.

The England and Great Britain international’s move to The Wire has been confirmed, with the 26-year-old penning a three-and-a-half year deal.

He has spent the past 18 months playing in Australia with Canberra Raiders before being granted an early release from his contract in order to return to England.

Prior to heading Down Under, he starred in Super League for Wigan Warriors and overall, his career has seen him score 73 tries in 220 appearances for club and country.

Now the move has finally been rubber-stamped, Williams is keen to get started.

It is thought his debut could come when The Wire travel to Leigh Centurions on July 22.

“I’m really excited to have signed for Warrington,” he said.

“It’s a club that I’ve had plenty of tough games against in the past and The Halliwell Jones Stadium is a ground that I’ve really enjoyed playing at.

“The boys here at the club that I know from England camps spoke really highly of the organisation and the culture here.

“There’s some world class talent and some real experience in this group.

“I’m really proud that I stepped out of my comfort zone to go out and test myself in the NRL and I like to think it’s helped me develop my game in the last 18 months which I’m hoping to showcase now here at Warrington.

“The team has been building nicely this season and I’m just keen and excited now to come in and get started.”