Sinfield on rugby, retirement and life with Leeds

As Leeds prepare to defend their Super League crown, Rhinos captain Kevin Sinfield tells the BBC's Tom Fordyce he will finish his career with the club after revealing his thoughts have begun to turn to retirement.

The 31-year-old, seeking a record sixth Super League title as captain, says he does not want to play anywhere other than Headingley and will quit when his "standards begin to drop".

Sinfield, who has been with the Rhinos since the age of 16, also offers insight into the kicking game that has cemented his reputation as one of the game's greats.