South Sydney Rabbitohs veteran Bryson Goodwin says the mixture of young and old is revitalising the 2014 premiers.
The Bunnies boast one of the most impressive leadership grounds in the NRL with Greg Inglis, Robbie Farah, Sam Burgess, John Sutton and Adam Reynolds leading the charge at training.
“I think the mixture of the new guys and the old guys has been really good, we are all getting along really well and seem to be getting the results out on the field and the testing,” said Goodwin.
“It’s been really good, the boys are training really hard, it’s been tough but everyone’s put in a lot of effort and looking forward to the Christmas break now.”
Despite severely injuring his bicep at training, Farah has decided against surgery and is preparing for a round one showdown with former club Wests Tigers.