Warriors captain

Warriors captain learns lessons in tough times

The Warriors sign off their season on Sunday against the Manly Sea Eagles after missing out on the playoffs.

Tuivasa-Sheck described the eventual season in which the team were based away from home in New South Wales, lost their coach, had homesick team members leave and had the rules changed to allow them loan players as "interesting".

During all of the off-field chaos the 27-year-old fullback was commended for his leadership.

But he was quick to deflect the praise.

Tuivasa-Sheck retains Warriors captaincy

The 24-year-old fullback is off contract at the end of this season and there had been reports linking him with a switch to rugby union or another NRL club.

Tuivasa-Sheck, who was appointed Warriors captain last year, played under new signing Adam Blair in the New Zealand team at the recent World Cup.

However, Warriors chief executive Cameron George says coach Stephen Kearney has no plans to change leaders.