England Centre Ben Te’o Makes A Decision On His Future

Going nowhere.

England and Lions centre Ben Te’o has committed his future to Worcester Warriors – at least in the short-term.

The former Leinster star signed a three-year deal with the struggling Premiership side back in 2016, but has only played nine games for his club this season due to a injuries and international commitments.

Since joining Worcester Te’o has played just 39 domestic games. Yet he has played 15 Test matches in the same period (13 for England, 2 for the Lions).

But Te’o has said he will stay with Worcester – until the end of next season anyway.

“I’ll 100 per cent be here next year,” the 31-year-old told BBC Hereford & Worcester.

“It’s a three-year contract I’m on. I’m in year two and I am going to do year three and that’s all I can say on that. We’ve got a lot of new guys coming in. There will be a lot of competition. A lot of potential in the back line and that’s great for the side.

“I was away on international duty when some of the rumours were coming out.

“All I can do is try to do well when I am available to play. I have just got to show commitment to play. I am here to see out my contract. Throughout my career every contract I have signed I have seen out.”
Worcester no doubt will be hoping they can get a lot more game time out of him next season.