WARRIORS wing wizard Tom Biggs says he’s excited about the capture of New Zealand Sevens star Bryce Heem for next season.

Biggs believes the arrival of Australia international Cooper Vuna and the signing of Kiwi Heem will add a new dimension to Worcester’s squad.

“It might be a little bit easier at my age to look at the bigger picture,” said 30-year-old Biggs.

“The name on the front of the shirt is more important than the name on the back.

“I think it’s easier for me to realise that there will be great competition for places and we can push each other on. As long as the club is winning games — that’s all that matters.”

Biggs has scored 12 times in 19 appearances for Warriors this term since his arrival from Aviva Premiership outfit Bath.

“I am at Worcester next season, too, and hopefully we will be back in the Premiership,” said Biggs.

“Everyone at the club signed with the goal of playing with Worcester in the Premiership and I am just like the guys we have signed for next season.

“Cooper Vuna has already come in and he’s been great. He’s a lovely bloke to have around the club and is full of energy and a different kind of player.

“I am a big Rugby League fan so I knew about Cooper. In the games I’ve seen for Worcester Cooper’s a very exciting player and I think he’s a great addition.

“Bryce Heem is also a very exciting player and it’s great the club are attracting these kind of players. He’s had a lot of experience with New Zealand Sevens and in Super Rugby.”

Biggs joined Warriors after scoring 32 tries in 127 Premiership appearances during spells with Leeds, Newcastle Falcons and Bath.

He was regular for Bath during his time in the West Country and was the club’s top try-scorer during the 2011/12 campaign.

Biggs is looking forward to meeting up with some old friends this afternoon when Yorkshire Carnegie make the trip to Sixways in the Greene King IPA Championship.

He made a huge impression when he was at Yorkshire Carnegie (then called Leeds) and became the club’s all-time leading try-scorer with 51 touchdowns.

Biggs said: “It was fantastic news about Kevin Sinfield joining Yorkshire from Leeds Rhinos at the end of the Super League season. I think it’s a very astute signing by the club and the board.

“I have a lot of great memories from my time at Leeds and I don’t want them to do well this weekend but I hope they do well as a club.”

Biggs has not played since being knocked out in an accidental collision in a ruck with Sam Betty in the closing minutes of Warriors’ narrow 23-21 defeat in Jersey last month.

He said: “The support I have had from everyone at the club has been superb. Having symptoms of concussion is not something I am used to.

“Like every other player you don’t really think it’s serious until you go through it. I have been knocked out a couple of times but this has been the first time in my career I have suffered from the symptoms of concussion.

“A few years ago it was seen as soft if you came off with a head injury but sometimes those glancing blows can be worse than the one’s where people are knocked out. The attitude is changing and I think that’s important.

“I have not been fit since Jersey but it’s now just a matter of time and passing the right protocols.”