Warrington Wolves have confirmed centre Bryson Goodwin will return to NRL side South Sydney Rabbitohs when his contract expires at the end of the season.
Goodwin signed for Warrington ahead of the 2018 season after the Wolves hijacked his move to Leigh Centurions, who had just been relegated from the Super League.
The New Zealand international previously made 100 appearances for Souths in his last spell and helped them to the NRL championship to 2014. He also had spells at Canterbury Bulldogs and Cronulla Sharks.
Since joining Warrington, he helped them to a Challenge Cup Final and a Super League Grand Final, although they did lose both.
The 33 year old will be hoping to leave on a high note with Warrington still in contention in both competitions.