PAUL Vaughan insists he is coming to Warrington Wolves with “really good intentions” as he prepares to move to Super League.

The Australian international’s move from Canterbury Bulldogs has been confirmed, with the 31-year-old penning a two-year deal from next season.

> Click here for the full story of Paul Vaughan’s signing, including the thoughts of head coach Daryl Powell

Playing in England is nothing new to Vaughan – he represented Italy on these shores during the 2013 Rugby League World Cup at the start of what has turned into an impressive career.

He has since gone on to represent New South Wales in the Origin arena and was part of the last Kangaroos side to turn out for an international game – against Tonga all the way back in 2019.

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Paul Vaughan was part of the Australia side that played in the Kangaroos' last international game back in 2019. Picture by Renee McKay/

Vaughan says testing himself in Super League has been a long-held ambition and he insists he still has “a lot more to give” in his game.

“I’m very excited to be making the move to Warrington next year,” he said.

“I’ve been extremely lucky with my career in the NRL and I’ve always wanted to come over and test myself in the UK.

“I played in a World Cup in England back in 2013 and I always said to myself if given the opportunity to play over there I’d like to take it up. 

“I’m close to playing my 200th game over here and I feel I’ve still got a lot more to give with my footy.

“I’m coming over with really good intentions to put my best foot forward. I’m my own harshest critic and I like to get the best out of myself week in week out. 

“I just want to play good footy and to be part of a successful team. I can’t wait to get started.”