CHRIS Hill insists Warrington Wolves will always be "his second home" after announcing his impending departure.

After a decade of faithful service, the England and Great Britain international prop will join Huddersfield Giants on a two-year deal from next year.

He currently stands on 295 appearances for the club since debuting in 2012, a spell that has seen him score 35 tries.

If The Wire finish third and make it all the way through the play-offs, the Super League Grand Final would be Hill's 300th and final Warrington appearance if he plays in all five possible matches.

It would be a fitting way to end a superb spell at The Halliwell Jones Stadium but as ever, Hill is reluctant to look that far ahead.

For now, the 33-year-old is focused on enjoying the time he has left at the club and while the likelihood is their paths will cross again with Hill in a Huddersfield shirt, the front rower insists he will be in the HJ stands whenever his time permits.

"It’s meant everything to represent this club – not just for me but for my family," he said.

“It’s my second home now and always will be. I’ll be looking at the fixtures and trying to get down as much as possible still.

"The fans will be greatly missed and they’ve treated me well over the last 10 years. Hopefully they give me a good reception whenever I come back.

“There’s many good memories – walking out with my lad at Wembley and Old Trafford, winning Challenge Cups, getting my international career going by playing here, all the friends I’ve made here too – not just players but the staff, directors and sponsors.

“All good things come to an end and I’m looking forward to the next challenge with Huddersfield.

“We’ll take it game by game but obviously the ultimate goal is the Grand Final and it would be the perfect way to bow out.”