Wakefield have bolstered their ranks in the forwards with the signing of Hull prop Chris Green on loan for the rest of the season.
The 29-year-old is the second player to join Trinity this week, after Wigan fullback made the move to West Yorkshire earlier today.
Green has made 13 appearances for the Black and Whites this season but has fallen out of favour recently, with the likes of Mickey Paea, Scott Taylor and Masi Matongo among those in front of him.
He will add competition to a Trinity front row that already boasts the likes of David Fifita, Craig Kopczak, Anthony England and Keegan Hirst.
“The move happened pretty quickly and I’m looking forward to getting out on the pitch for Trinity,” said Green. “I just want to help as much as I can between now and the end of the season and hopefully the lads can finish the season well.
“I’d like to thank Hull FC for allowing me this opportunity to get some game time and now I can’t to get into training at Wakefield.”
Trinity head coach Chris Chester added: “To add a player of Chris’ experience to the squad is a big boost.
“He strengthens the pack as we enter a crucial part in the season and gives us competition in the middle.”