England international winger Josh Charnley has returned to rugby league after an 18 month absence to sign for Warrington Wolves.
The England international spent six years at Wigan Warriors before signing for Sale Sharks in 2016.
He won three Super League titles and a Challenge Cup during his stint with the Warriors- his last game saw him score the winning try against Warrington in the 2016 Super League Grand Final.
The Wigan born winger played 17 games for the Sharks, scoring three tries in the Aviva Premiership.
Charnley will wear the number 27 shirt for a side who needed a winger with one of their first choices Matty Russell out injured.
It all makes for a scary looking back line for the Wolves with Charnley joining Stefan Ratchford, Tom Lineham, Bryson Goodwin and Ryan Atkins.
He will hope to be in the squad to make his debut when the Wolves host Wakefield Trinity on Friday.