Widnes Vikings have signed winger Ryan Millar on a one-year deal.
Millar spent the 2022 season with Bradford Bulls, where he scored eight tries in 21 appearances.
He crossed twice when the Bulls visited the DCBL Stadium last season, helping them to a 31-6 victory on the road.
Before his time in West Yorkshire, the 28-year-old had previously spent seven seasons with Sheffield Eagles.
He amassed over a century of appearances for the club after graduating from their academy system.
He also helped the Eagles to victory in the inaugural 1895 Cup final in 2019 as they defeated the Vikings 36-18 at Wembley.
In total, the Germany-born winger scored 53 tries for Sheffield, averaging just short of one try every two matches.
It is a rare departure in a off season dominated by high profile signings.
The Bulls have signed Leeds Rhinos duo Jack Walker and Bodene Thompson as well as Huddersfield Giants veteran Michael Lawrence and aren’t expected to stop there.
Coach Mark Dunning promised a further signing this week at Odsal and there are a number of high profile free agents still available for the Bulls to sign including former player and former Castleford Tigers and Hull FC star Luke Gale.
The likes of Kyle Evans and Tony Gigot are also available.