As Mike Delany approaches the end of his first week in the North East, Falcons TV caught up with the All Blacks Fly Half.
Less than a week after arriving in North East England Mike Delany says he is settling in and ready to get stuck in at new club Newcastle Falcons.
Delany and his family landed in Newcastle last Saturday just as the Falcons were kicking off their Singha Premiership Rugby 7s campaign, And after a week of settling into both training and North East life, the former Clermont Fly Half says he's now looking forward to getting out on the pitch with his new team mates at the club.
After signing from the French Top 14 side on a three year deal this summer, Delany was drawn to the North East by the Falcons' ambition and attractive style of play.
Speaking about his arrival and the upcoming Rugby World Cup, the former All Black and self confessed "low mileage" player believes he has a lot to give his new club and i looking forward to "getting out there with the boys, hopefully sooner rather than later".
For the full interview with Delany click here.