Wigan Warriors have completed the immediate signing of Toronto Wolfpack prop forward Brad Singleton on a three-year deal.
The 27-year-old Cumbrian has put pen to paper at the DW Stadium until the end of 2023 and will join the first team squad for training next week.
Singleton started his rugby league career at Leeds Rhinos in 2011 and went on to play 178 games with the Headingley club.
The Irish international was part of Leeds’ 2015 treble-winning season – becoming a Challenge Cup, League Leaders’ Shield and Super League Grand Final winner.
In 2020, Singleton joined Toronto and made four appearances for the Canadian outfit – including the Round 4 fixture against the Warriors at the DW Stadium in February.
On signing for Wigan, Singleton said: “It’s a pleasure to be here. Things didn’t go as planned with Toronto so there was a case where I needed to look for another club and with Wigan interested, I was ready to sign.
“I’ve been around Super League for a quite a long time now and I’ve always envied the way this camp played rugby. They’ve got massive history and the badge weighs more with responsibility.
“I’m champing at the bit and I’m ready to give my all for this Club. My main aim is to compliment this group and earn the respect of the lads.”