Bradford Bulls have confirmed the capture of Hull FC winger Matty Dawson-Jones on a one year deal.
The Black and Whites recently confirmed their dual registration partnership with the Championship club and announced that Cameron Scott and Lewis Bienek have headed out on loan to Leigh Centurions.
However, Dawson-Jones, who has recently returned to fitness from almost a year out with a knee injury, will ply his trade with John Kear’s side in 2020.
After such a long period out of the game, the 29 year old is delighted to join such a historic club and can’t wait to get started under John Kear.
“I am over the moon to be a Bradford player – after a year out I needed to get back playing and to get interest from a club like the Bulls was massive,” he told the club website.
“Being able to work for a coach of John Kear’s stature too was a huge part of the decision, he is a top quality coach and working for him is a great opportunity for me to kick start my career again.”