Rabbitohs centre Daryl Millard will take his place in the centres against his old club this Good Friday when Souths take on Canterbury-Bankstown at ANZ Stadium.
Millard made his Rabbitohs debut against Parramatta in Round 4 in what was his first NRL game since playing for the Bulldogs in 2009, coming in for the injured Dylan Walker.
“I’m just trying to take my opportunity and play as well as I can for the team this week,” said Millard.
“I feel comfortable playing there – I trained with the boys all pre-season and know all the plays and that kind of thing.
“Playing with guys like Glenn Stewart and Greg Inglis, they make Rugby League easy sometimes so it’s good having those guys around you.”
Having arrived at the Club during the off-season on a train and trial basis, Millard cited that he was relishing the opportunity to play in such a professional environment.
“I’m loving it,” said Millard of his tenure at the Rabbitohs.
“It’s good to be in such a professional environment at a great Club.
“The Club’s awesome, they tick all the boxes that could possibly be ticked and it’s a really good environment to improve as a Rugby League player.”