George Williams is at sixes and sevens about coming to Canberra.
Not because he's going to move halfway around the world having spent his whole life in Wigan. Although he admits it will be tough to leave his family.
Just because he can play both and is happy to do either when he joins the Canberra Raiders for the 2020 NRL season.
Williams is still focused on Wigan's English Super League campaign, where they faced ladder-leading St Helens on Friday night after climbing into the top five on the back of a five-game winning streak.
But he was looking forward to coming Down Under and testing himself in the NRL - something that's always been a goal.
That life, until now, has been centered on rugby league and Wigan - the 24-year-old was born and bred there.
Having debuted for the Warriors in 2013, Williams has played 161 first grade games, as well as nine Tests for England, of which he's played a majority at five-eighth.
But Williams is confident he can play in either of the playmaking roles.
Raiders halves Aidan Sezer and Sam Williams have been fighting for the No.7 jersey this season, with Sezer getting the nod there for the past three games - four if you include Sunday's clash with St George Illawarra at Wollongong.
NSW Origin star Jack Wighton has made the Raiders' five-eighth spot his own, following his switch from fullback this year.
With Sezer contracted to the Green Machine in 2020, Williams knows he's not guaranteed a spot in Ricky Stuart's starting line-up.
Stuart also wants to re-sign Sam Williams, who's off contract at the end of the season.
"I don't mind. I'll play either or. I need to prove myself in training first, I can't be thinking I'm going to be picked," Williams told The Canberra Times from Wigan.
"I've played both. I know I play six for Wigan, but they're pretty similar roles nowadays. There's not too much of a difference.
"I do like getting the ball second receiver and make stuff happen. The seven's on the ball a little bit more.
"But I'm going to adapt my game however they want me to play. As long as it's not prop I'm all right."
Williams admits it will be tough to leave friends and family to start afresh in Canberra.
He's played for the Warriors since he was 12 and met Raiders prop Ryan Sutton about three years later.
He's good mates with Sutton and John Bateman, having played with the pair in last year's grand final win - as well as the 2016 title triumph.
Williams said the four Englishmen already in Canberra helped get him over the line to sign the three-year deal.
"It will be hard to leave my family and stuff, but they get it," he said.
"It's a good opportunity for me so it's something if I didn't take it up then maybe I'd only regret it afterwards.
"It will be hard. I've been here a long time and all I know is Wigan so it will be an eye-opener for me."
It's English forwards rather than their halves that have made a name in the NRL - Josh Hodgson, Sam Burgess and Adrian Morley - although Dragons half Gareth Widdop is one to buck the trend.
Williams said the lure of working with Stuart was "massive" in getting him to Canberra - the former Raiders, NSW and Australian halfback is a big name in England not just as a player, but as a coach as well.
But Williams revealed England and South Sydney coach Wayne Bennett also played a role in getting him to Canberra.
"He said I should get out there at some point in my career. He didn't say when," he said.
"Just to test myself and see how good I can be. He was great with that. He just gave me some advice.
"I think I spoke to him about it when I was 21 and he just said, 'When the time's right do it'.
So it's always nice to know someone of his calibre says you'll be all right."
NRL ROUND 17
Sunday: St George Illawarra Dragons v Canberra Raiders in Wollongong, 6.10pm.
Raiders squad: 1. Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad, 2. Bailey Simonsson, 3. Jarrod Croker (c), 4. Nick Cotric, 5. Jordan Rapana, 6. Jack Wighton, 7. Aidan Sezer, 8. Josh Papalii, 9. Josh Hodgson (c), 10. Dunamis Lui, 11. John Bateman, 12. Elliott Whitehead, 13. Joe Tapine. Interchange: 14. Siliva Havili, 15. Corey Horsburgh, 16. Sia Soliola, 17. Ryan Sutton, 18. Sam Williams, 19. Michael Oldfield, 20. Royce Hunt, 21. Emre Guler.
Dragons squad: 1. Matthew Dufty, 2. Jonus Pearson, 3. Euan Aitken, 4. Timoteo Lafai, 5. Mikaele Ravalawa, 6. Corey Norman, 7. Darren Nicholls, 8. Jeremy Latimore, 9. Cameron McInnes, 10. Blake Lawrie, 11. Jacob Host, 12. Tariq Sims, 13. Luciano Leilua. Interchange: 14. Korbin Sims, 15. Reece Robson, 16. Patrick Kaufusi, 17. Josh Kerr, 18. Tristan Sailor, 19. Jason Saab, 20. James Graham, 21. Ben Hunt.