Tui Lolohea outlines his unfinished Huddersfield Giants business after new contract

Tui Lolohea insists he has unfinished business at Huddersfield Giants after signing a new two-year contract with the club. The Tonga international, who was off-contract at the end of the season, has penned a new deal with the club that will see him remain with the Giants until the end of 2026.

Lolohea is in his third season at the John Smith's Stadium, where he has played a major role under head coach Ian Watson. The 29-year-old has made 66 appearances for the club in that time, scoring 16 tries.

Lolohea is the latest player to sign a new contract to stay at the club, following Sam Hewitt, and insists he still has to fulfil some goals with the club after committing to two more seasons.

"It's really exciting for me," he said. "They've been loyal to me since I joined here and it allows me to focus on my rugby now the deal is all signed and sorted. This extension is a good opportunity, I'm looking forward to the next couple of years, there's 100% unfinished business for me being in a final and the top three.

"We need to focus on the league as the top six isn't that far out of reach for us. I love playing here and in front of the supporters, they've been good to me since I joined. Watto (Ian Watson) gets the best out of me and we have a good relationship, he's always been good to me so that's one of the reasons that I wanted to stay, you want to work with people who you get on well with and you feel you can play good rugby under."

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