Glasgow's James Grieves has revealed how he is likely to spend the rest of his career in the Premier League. Grieves had a taste of Elite League action when doubling up with Wolverhampton this season but he won't consider a full time return to the top flight.

He said: "Premier League is for me. The Elite League is a big challenge and it's probably the toughest in the world." And he's already sorted out his Premier League future by agreeing an early deal to stay with Glasgow for the 2004 season which means a winter without the worry of trying to find a ride.

Grieves is something of a permanent fixture at Glasgow and is a renowned Ashfield track specialist. It will be a surprise if George Stancl doesn't join Grieves again to spearhead the Tigers' title assault come next April. And Aussie Trent Leverington believed to be keen on a secoond season in Scotland.

 

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