Brad Dwyer was announced a Hull FC player for the 2023 Super League season earlier.
But, having given so much to the Leeds Rhinos over the years, the West Yorkshire club gave their huge thanks to the number nine for the way in which he has conducted himself in the primrose and blue jersey.
Dwyer, 29, joined the Rhinos in 2018 from Warrington Wolves and has made 118 appearances so far for Leeds in five seasons, scoring 34 tries and famously one drop goal in the club’s first ever Golden Point win against Castleford back in 2019.
A Challenge Cup winner in 2020, he also played in the World Club Challenge in Melbourne in 2018, he has been a mainstay of the team over the last five years whether in the starting line up or making an impact off the bench.
Dwyer is in the Rhinos side to face Huddersfield Giants on Wednesday and he will be given a full farewell at the final home game of the season.
The club posted on their website: “The Wigan-born player has been a popular figure at Headingley with team mates and fans alike including his off field antics. His Konnie v Dog series, when he took on Konrad Hurrell in various challenges was a massive hit and then during lockdown in 2020, his podcast series ‘Dogcast’ was a fantastic way for fans to stay in touch with the players whilst they were away from games.
“He will leave Headingley at the end of the season with great memories and friends and, on behalf of everyone at the club, we wish him well at Hull FC next season.”
Dwyer has taken up a one-year deal at the MKM Stadium to work under Brett Hodgson alongside some exciting players including new signings Tex Hoy and Jake Trueman as well as Jake Connor at fullback and of course his friend Liam Sutcliffe.