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The leader of the Storm pack has endorsed the newest addition to his crew.

On Tuesday Melbourne confirmed the signing of Nate Myles for the remainder of the 2017 season.

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He not only brings with him 231 games of NRL experience but has also represented Queensland on 32 occasions.

A player who has ‘been there, done that’ on the biggest stage is more than welcome in the eyes of Bromwich.

“He is a good addition to our team, very experienced,” Bromwich said.

“We have a few injuries in the ruck/forward department so he is going to bring that experience and we have a long of young fellas who need mentoring so I think he can do a good job with that.

“He’s played in a lot of big games. I’ve watched him so many times in State of Origin and he has done a great job every time.

“If he comes into our system and applies himself I think he is going to go great. Craig Bellamy is the best coach in the NRL and if Nate Myles learns a few things off him he is going to be good.

“I’ve seen Craig do a good job with a lot of players, myself included.”

Myles is unavailable for Saturday’s clash with the Cowboys after picking up an elbow injury in Game I of Origin.

With five Storm players away on Origin duty, Jesse Bromwich will be the Club’s most experienced player this week with 168 games under his belt.

He knows a lot of responsibility lies with him to prepare the side but there is also plenty of excitement amongst the group given the opportunities on offer.

“It is a pretty big week for us, we’ve got a few young boys who will be coming into the side,” Bromwich said.

“They are going to bring their energy and it is going to be two good quality teams.

“Five players out and a few injuries but I’m sure the boys will still be putting in a big effort.”

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