Warrington Wolves have signed Greg Minikin on a two-year deal.
The 26-year-old has scored 77 career tries so far including spells with Rovers, Castleford Tigers, Batley Bulldogs and York City Knights. Minikin has also represented the England Knights at international level.
He becomes Warrington’s latest signing for next season along with Peter Mata’utia, Oliver Holmes and James Harrison.
Speaking on the signing, Minikin said: “I’m massively excited to be making the move next season. Warrington’s a big club and when they showed interest I jumped at the opportunity.
“I worked under Powelly [Daryl Powell] for four years at Cas and he gave me the opportunity to play Super League and developed my game a lot so I’m excited to work under him again.
“It’s always been fun to play away at The Halliwell Jones Stadium. It’s a fantastic ground with great facilities and it’ll be nice to be on the good side of the Warrington fans next year!
“I’m really excited to get over there and rip in.”
Warrington Wolves CEO Karl Fitzpatrick added: “We’re excited to be welcoming Greg to the Club for next season.
“He’ll add a lot of value and experience around the squad. He’s a versatile player who can play a number of key positions and will strengthen Daryl’s options for next season.”