Earlier this year, Kevin Proctor was at the centre of a controversy when he was sacked by the Gold Coast Titans for vaping.
This led to him being expected to make the switch to Super League with Hull FC, Salford Red Devils and Wakefield Trinity all interested.
However, week by week the three dropped out of the race, and Proctor decided to retire after a glittering career which saw him represent the Kiwis at the highest level.
That said, the former Titan has now reportedly back flipped on the decision to take up a two-year deal in Super League with Wakefield Trinity.
That’s according to Channel Nine and their notorious Mole who reported the news this morning that the forward will be making the trip to Belle Vue.
The former NRL winner was reportedly tempted out of retirement by what the Mole described as a very lucrative deal.
An experience player with over 300 appearances to his name, it nearly all came to an end when he was fined $15,000 and fired for the halftime vaping incident.
But now the former Melbourne Storm star could be set to light up Super League with Wakefield who still have four quota spots left, the most in Super League.
Proctor could be the first of a number of signings.