While Andrew Webster is a new addition to the Wests Tigers Coaching staff for 2014, he is definitely a familiar face at the Club.


After spending 2013 at the helm of Parramattas Holden Cup side, Webster returns to the Wests Tigers as Under 20s Head Coach.


Webster was an Assistant Coach for the premiership-winning Wests Tigers NYC side in 2012 and now returns to fill Todd Paytens position.


Payten has moved into his new role as Assistant Coach for the NRL side, with Webster pleased to have his support for the upcoming season.


Its excellent having Todd here, he is going to be able to help me out and give me advice at times, Webster said.


I can run ideas by him and he knows a lot of the kids so itll be great having him around.


Webster outlined the importance of having the Under 20s players ready to make the smooth transition into first grade and his role in getting them ready for that step.


We hope we have a better year with injuries, but at vital stages when they do need the NYC players, hopefully they can come in and do a good job for Mick (Potter) and the NRL staff, Webster said.


I think we need to teach them that winning is important and to create a winning culture but I think the most important thing is getting players playing first grade.


Webster has a wealth of experience in the coaching ranks, including winning an SG Ball premiership with Balmain in 2012 and three years at Super League Club Hull KR as Assistant Coach.