Former England man hoping to help Welsh
Former England wing Tom Voyce has confirmed that he is close to agreeing a move to Premiership new boys London Welsh.
The 31-year-old is yet to find himself a club for the upcoming season after failing to earn a new contract at Gloucester and has admitted at one point he thought he was going to be forced to retire. The former Wasps man, who has nine caps for his country, was previously seen as one of the country's most dangerous attacking threats and says he was surprised when he didn't receive any offers following his release by the Cherry and Whites. However, he has now held talks with the newly-promoted Exiles and is confident of agreeing a move. "I was finding it hard to believe I had not heard from anyone," Voyce told The Rugby Paper. "Then a meeting was arranged with London Welsh and we had a conversation. Now it is a case of my agent and their representative seeing if there's scope for me to get involved. "I would definitely go for London Welsh. They have a similar philosophy of play hard, work hard as Wasps used to, so I would understand the mindset they have."