Bradford have signed centre Dan Waite-Pullan from Leeds on a one-year deal.
The 21-year-old came through the Bulls academy prior to joining the Rhinos back in 2017. He has some Championship experience under his belt, having played for Dewsbury on loan last season.
Bradford coach John Kear said: “It is another quality recruit and it is another youngster who has come home and I am absolutely delighted we have managed to get him here.
“I am looking forward to working alongside him – he has a chance not just to make it as a Championship player but a Super League player too.
“We are taking on people who have a point to prove and want to progress – there is an element of hunger in those players we are targeting and Dan fits that identity of the Bulls.
“The squad is shaping up really well, we have some real quality and come February 2, we will have some quantity too. I think the fans will be really excited by the players we are bringing in.”
Waite-Pullan added: “I want to get my enjoyment back for the game, and hopefully on the back of that I will thrive and my best rugby will come out.
“It is exciting to be playing back with my mates – I had some of my best years here through the academy and hopefully I can make some more memories back with them.
“It was the right time to move and get back enjoying the game somewhere different and John has told me what I need to do which is fight for my position – that is exactly what I need.”