WILL SHARP believes there's still room for improvement after the announcement of his move to York City Knights.

The former Super League back, who mainly features as a winger but can also operate at full-back, today penned a deal with the Knights for 2020.

Sharp played over 100 times for former club Halifax, scoring 30 tries and winning the club's player of the award for 2017 when they finished third in the Championship.

At the age of 33, Sharp has made the move to the Knights and he thinks he can still get better as a player under coach James Ford.

Sharp said: “I’m really excited to be signing for signing for an ambitious club like York City Knights, and I’m looking forward to meeting up with the squad and meeting the boys.

"I’m eager to make an impression and contribute to what is already a very good squad.

"I still think I can get better and make improvements, physically and in terms of my skills and I know Fordy and the environment at York will facilitate that. I can’t wait to get started.”