Former Great Britain international Stuart Reardon will be back in Wrexham in 2013 after signing for Championship One club North Wales Crusaders.
The 30-year-old former Bradford full-back or winger played for the old Crusaders club at the Racecourse Ground before they pulled out of Super League at the end of the 2011 season, and he then spent the last year with French club Carcassonne.
Crusaders coach Clive Griffiths said: "This is a massive coup for us. Obviously to get someone of Stuart's quality is a huge boost for the club and getting the benefit of his experience will rub off on the younger lads. There aren't many Championship One clubs who will be able to boast a Grand Final winner and GB international in their ranks."
Reardon won two Grand Finals and the Challenge Cup with the Bulls, lifting the Harry Sunderland trophy as man of the match in their 2003 victory over Wigan at Old Trafford, and scored four tries for Great Britain in the 2004 Tri-Nations Series.
He also had spells with Warrington and Hull before joining the old Crusaders in 2011, when he was scored 11 tries in 26 appearances.
"I'm really excited about coming back to North Wales," Reardon said. "I had a fantastic time when I was here previously and can't wait to get back out on the pitch and in front of the fans.
"I had offers from some top Championship clubs but this just ticks all the boxes for what I want to achieve right now."