DAVID Howell is determined not to be part of the first London Broncos side to finish bottom of the Super League.
The Aussie bagged two tries as Broncos ended a winless streak stretching back to April with Sunday's 20-10 win at Bradford Bulls.
All of which means another win at Hull KR in the final game of the season on Sunday, coupled with a defeat for Salford, would give Broncos the psychological lift of not finishing last.
Howell said: “It's good to have that winning feeling back as it's been a long time. I don't think the team has ever finish bottom, and nobody wants to be part of the first one to.
“Sunday will be an emotional day as a lot of players, myself included, will be playing their last game for the club, and we want to go out on a high. With the future being so uncertain, the club needs as many positives going forward as it can get.”
Howell, who does not have a move started yet, will move back to Australia with his family after six years with the Broncos, unless an offer to stay in the Super League comes up.
He added: “Because I've missed so much of the season I've not been able to sell myself, but I'm feeling fresh and feel I've still got a lot of rugby left in me.
“It's been a frustrating season all round, but even worse watching from the sidelines. I missed 12 weeks with a broken arm, came back for three games, then missed 10 more with a bone infection in the arm.”