Bradford Bulls have raided Warrington again to sign Ben Evans on a year-long loan deal.
The 20-year-old Wales international, who is yet to play a Super League game, joins Wolves team-mate Matty Blythe on loan at Odsal.
Evans, who can play in several positions but is likely to be used at prop, told the Bradford Telegraph And Argus: "When Tony Smith suggested the idea of going out on loan I grabbed it with both hands.
"Like Blythey, I want to be playing every week in Super League and going to Bradford provides the opportunity to try and do that. There are a lot of young, enthusiastic boys at Bradford and all the lads are raring to go.
"I know quite a lot of the lads. That will make things easier for me again and I can't wait to get started."
Bulls coach Francis Cummins said: "Ben is young and keen to learn and I am really looking forward to having him on board.
"He certainly has the ability and attitude to go a long way in the game and I'd like to thank Tony Smith and Warrington Wolves for allowing us to take him for the season."