HOOKER Jack Singleton says Worcester Warriors players are determined to ensure Jonny Arr’s roller-coaster Sixways career ends on a high.

Arr will make his 218th and final appearance in blue and gold today when Warriors take on recently-crowned European Champions Cup winners and reigning Gallagher Premiership champions Saracens (4pm).

The scrum-half will be among a number of leavers who will wave goodbye to the Worcester fans in the second-ending home clash including Sarries-bound Singleton.

But Singleton expects there to be more emotion surrounding Arr’s departure and he wants to reward the number nine’s 23-year service with a memorable victory.

“Jonny has been an incredible servant to the club and is a top bloke as well,” Singleton said.

“I can’t speak highly enough of him. We want to do the right thing for him by going out and giving our all in this game.

“It will be an emotional day for someone like Jonny more than others so we are just focusing on trying to get the win.”

Arr, a former Royal Grammar School Worcester pupil, joined the club as a seven-year-old before going through the academy set-up.

Since making his senior debut in 2007 Arr has experienced two relegations and two promotions and faced stern competition for the starting jersey.

Arr is one of only four Warriors players to have represented the club more than 200 times and Singleton says his long-serving team-mate has been a “massive” part of the squad.

“He has stood by the club through thick and thin over many years,” Singleton said.

“It’s incredible how long he has been here.

“I probably didn’t get to know him until the last couple of years when I was playing a little more but he is one hell of a bloke.

“With the way he pushes himself in training and always does extras he is someone to look up to.”

Veteran centre Wynand Olivier is set to play the last match of his glittering professional career as he bows out from the game today.

The 35-year-old, who has played more than 50 games for Worcester since his arrival in 2015, was notably part of South Africa’s World Cup-winning side in 2007.

“The things he has accomplished in his career speak for themselves,” Singleton added.

“He is a true legend of the game so for him to be retiring is going to make it a big occasion as well.”

Singleton will also bid farewell as he prepares to return to Saracens where he started his fledgling career.

The 23-year-old will now come up against the club he will be joining this summer but insists he will give his all for Warriors this afternoon.

“It will be a weird one,” Singleton said.

“But I am still a Worcester Warrior and I want to go out on the pitch and do everything I can to help the side win so nothing changes for me.

“I watched (the European Champions Cup final) last week and Saracens are an impressive side.

“Even the side they put out against Exeter was pretty impressive as well.

“You know it is never going to be an easy game no matter what Saracens team you are playing against.

“But we are trying to focus on ourselves.

“A bit of the pressure is off and hopefully we can go out and play and put on a good performance for the last game of the season.”