London Broncos have signed winger Lee Kershaw for the 2024 season after a successful trial with the Super League club.
The 24-year-old has been without a club since leaving Wakefield Trinity following their relegation to the Championship last season.
Kershaw scored 18 tries in 50 games for the West Yorkshire club.
"I can look forward to the season now and getting into games and everything," he said.
"It's obviously a big change for me but one I'm looking forward to.
"It's done just at the right time, a couple of weeks before the season ahead of a big few games coming up."
Broncos were promoted back to the Super League for the first time since 2019 when they beat Toulouse 18-14 in the Championship Grand Final.
The London club's season has been rocked before it began with hooker Bill Leyland ruled out for the season with a knee ligament injury and Josh Rourke suffering a broken leg, both injuries coming in pre-season friendlies.
Broncos begin their Super League return away to St Helens on Friday, 16 February.
Their first home match at Plough Lane is against Catalans Dragons the following Friday.