Gregg McNally has been one of the best fullbacks to watch over the last decade especially when shining in the Championship.
He started out at Whitehaven prior to a spell at Huddersfield Giants but for the most part he was away on loan during his time at the Super League club.
It was his move to the then Leigh Centurions where he flourished.
He joined the club in 2012 as they became arguably the best side to watch in rugby league as they devastated sides in the Championship.
They made the Challenge Cup quarter-finals in 2012 and 2014 coming up against Leeds Rhinos in both and in 2014 pushed the eventual winners all the way.
In 2016, he helped Leigh secure promotion and had a proper crack at Super League in 2017.
He left Leigh in 2018 with 94 tries and 147 appearances but returned to the club in 2019 scoring 17 tries in 29 games before joining Whitehaven and then scoring tries for fun at Rochdale.
His new club has now been confirmed after leaving the Hornets with the former Leigh star joining Oldham in 2023.
He joins the likes of Patrick Ah Van at the club next year who seem to mean business going into 2023 based on their recruitment.
McNally is only 31 and still an attacking threat and will surely get fans in seats at Oldham.