After a horror injury run derailed his 2019 season, Tom Eisenhuth is finally getting regular game time in the NRL.
Tom has only missed two games of first-grade footy this year and while his time on the field has varied, he played an impressive 29 and 35 minutes off the bench in rounds 7 and 8 respectively.
The 27-year-old said he rated Thursday night's golden point thriller as one of his best games for the Storm.
"I was able to contribute a lot more than I have previously which was good," he said on Monday.
"With the time I had on field I made the most of my opportunities. I was happy with how I played and to get a win like that was unreal.
"That was up there among my best NRL games."
Though he has played most of his footy at centre, Eisenhuth is willing to play in any jersey if the opportunity presents and he trains accordingly.
"I try my hand at every position (at training)," he said.
"That’s part of the reason I’m on the bench, to slot in anywhere if someone’s injured.
"I make sure I’m ready to play anywhere."
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Eisenhuth: 'I try to make an impact, even if it's only in the last few minutes'