The Western Force have agreed a deal to sigh former NRL back Chris Tuatara-Morrison on a two-year deal.
The 25-year-old played rugby union for NSW Schoolboys before crossing codes to play for Sydney Roosters, Melbourne Storm, Wests Tigers, and Canterbury Bulldogs.
However Tuatara-Morrison, who was born in New Zealand, returned to the 15-a-side code in 2012 and subsequently earned his chance at the Force after impressing coach Michael Foley during Sydney's Shute Shield competition.
"I was probably a bit stale in league and I knew I needed a change," he told the club's official site.
"My manager and (former Force back row) Scotty Fava gave me a call at the beginning of the season and said I had a few assets that would suit rugby.
"They told me to come along and have a crack and now I've ended up at the Force - so it's been a good move for me!
"I was one of those kids that played rugby on Saturday and league on Sunday, so rugby's never been too distant, and I feel like I've slotted back in fairly well.
"I just can't wait to get back into a professional program, especially with the Force."