He commented, "I have settled in well at Leeds. It has certainly made the move easier because Tommy Bell and Iain Thornley are already here from the Sharks and I have come across with Will. Leeds are playing good rugby and that will help with my confidence. Coming on loan is great for me and I think more young players from the Premiership should do it. There are no more A League games which means there are lots of young guys across the country who are training all week but not having games at the weekend.
"The Championship is a very physical league and it is something I am looking forward to testing myself in. I am a good communicator on the pitch, I like defending and I have got a big boot for kicking which will hopefully come into good use," added Davies.
Davies is not afraid to do whatever it takes to improve his game. The teenager went to New Zealand for a year after his Academy contract at Sale came to an end and earned himself a new deal at the Sharks on his return. He added, "Me and a friend decided we needed to push ourselves in terms of our rugby develoment. He went to South Africa and I went to New Zealand. It was a great time and a fantastic country to learn your rugby. I came back at the start of pre-season and Sale offered me a new deal so it was a very worthwhile exercise for me."