Bradford Bulls have pulled off the signing of Joe Arundel.
The Bulls have brought in the former Hull FC, Castleford Tigers and Wakefield Trinity outside back after he left Halifax Panthers after one season.
Keen to be a part of success, he is now excited to return to Bradford.
Speaking after signing for Mark Dunning’s side, Arundel has explained how the signings Bradford have already made and the ambition they have shown tempted him to the club ahead of 2023 as they chase Super League promotion again.
“I am grateful for the opportunity to be back at the Bulls, the squad that has been put together looks exciting and I cannot wait to get started,” said Arundel.
“After speaking to Mark about the club’s goals for 2023 and seeing the signings that have been made it was a pretty easy decision to come to Bradford.
“I am hungry to succeed and want to be challenging for success – I want to bring some experience and control out on the edges, I feel I am someone that carries the ball well, runs good lines and am solid defensively.”
He follows Leeds Rhinos duo Jack Walker and Bodene Thompson to the club as well as Huddersfield Giants man Michael Lawrence.