Hull FC signing Lewis Bienek is eager to make individual progress during his loan spell with Doncaster after making his debut on Sunday.
Bienek started on the bench in Doncaster's 32-12 defeat at Oldham in his first match since he began training with the Black and Whites late last month.
The 20-year-old signed for Hull in March from London Broncos but was loaned back to the Championship side for the rest of the season.
A lack of game-time in the capital saw FC choose to bring Bienek up to Hull earlier in a bid to get him acclimatised ahead of 2019, with the powerful prop expected to turn out for Hull's dual-registration partners in the meantime under head coach Richard Horne.
"It wasn't the result we wanted, Oldham are a tough team and we didn't rise to it but I really enjoyed my first outing with the lads so I'm already looking forward to the next game," Bienek told Doncaster's website.
"I've not played properly for a few weeks at London so it was my first hit out in a long time and I want to show people what I can do.
"I've only had a couple of training sessions but I've been impressed with what I have seen so far, the boys are good so it's good to be a part of."
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