Bradford Bulls have boosted their squad with Super League experience with the signing of Greg Johnson from Salford Red Devils.
The 29-year-old has signed a one-year contract and he reunites with head coach John Kear – who gave Johnson his Super League debut while they were both at Wakefield Trinity.
The Jamaican international left Wakefield to join Batley in 2013, where he again teamed up with Kear, before moving to Salford in 2014.
Johnson scored 50 tries during his six years with the Red Devils and he cannot wait to get ack to work with Kear.
He told the club website: “I am happy to have signed, I have worked with John before and know him well, I am looking forward to getting started and rip into the new season.
“I had six good years at Salford but the time was right to leave, I have got to get back on the field week in, week out and reinvent myself.
“I like dancing on the pitch! I am a runner so hopefully that will result in a lot of tries this year.
“The facilities here are really good at Championship level, they are better than most Super League facilities, you have everything you need as a player.
“Bradford is a massive club that has had its ups and downs but coming into the Championship is a new challenge for me and I am looking forward to it.”