Danny Williams eyes permanent Bradford Bulls stay

General view of Odsal Stadium on March 28, 2012
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Danny Williams is keen to earn a permanent deal with the Bradford Bulls after joining the club on loan from Salford Red Devils.

Danny Williams has revealed that he wants a permanent deal with the Bradford Bulls after joining the club on loan.

The Salford Red Devils winger, 27, recently penned a one-month contract with the Super League strugglers.

Williams now hopes that he can do enough to earn himself a long-term stay at Provident Stadium.

"Hopefully I can come here and play well, and if [the club] likes me then I can stay here long term," he told the Telegraph and Argus.

"I've only been here for a couple of days but you can see it's a great club with a great set of boys. It would be good to be a part of it on a permanent basis but we'll just have to see how it goes."

Williams could make his Bradford debut on Sunday when they host Catalans Dragons in Super League.

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