Featherstone have re-signed former player Greg Worthington on a 9-match loan deal from Toronto.
The 29-year-old started his career with Rovers, making 101 appearances and scoring 54 tries.
He then moved to Leigh for the 2015 and 2016 seasons, before switching to the Wolfpack for their inaugural campaign in 2017.
He has since made 43 appearances for the Canadian club, scoring 17 tries, but will now return to Featherstone for the first nine games of 2020.
With Thomas Minns set to miss the first few games with injury, Worthington significantly bolsters the club’s backline options.
“I’m looking forward to joining up with the Rovers once again,” he said. “The drive here was a bit nostalgic, thinking about the four years I was here previous.
“Walking into the place once again made me excited to lace my boots up and walk out of that tunnel and play in front of these fans once again.”
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