The previous Wigan Warriors star has actually made a return to the 13-man type of the video game, having had an 18-month spell in the Aviva Premiership with the Sharks.
Eventually it was an absence of video game time at Sale that made Charnley choose to go back to Rugby League, with the similarity Denny Solomona, Marland Yarde and Byron McGuigan above him in the chain of command at the AJ Bell Stadium.
Now back in Super League with the Wire, Charnley enjoys he attempted his hand in Union, as he seeks to bring success back to Warrington, who sustained a hard season in 2017.
” I’m happy I tried and now I’m committed to Warrington Wolves and kicking on,” Charnley stated.
” When I checked in rugby union, I was believing ‘exactly what if?’ By now I would have been there for 7 or 8 years and questioning if I might have been something in rugby union if I had actually remained at Wigan.
” I’m happy I’ve attempted it and I’ve got no remorses in my profession.”