Catalan have confirmed the signing of Warrington back-rower Louis Anderson on a three-year deal.
The Wolves revealed that Anderson, 26, would be leaving to pastures new earlier in the month, and he has opted to make the move to the south of France.
The former Kiwi international said: “I am excited to join the Catalans. They have been outstanding this season so far. I am also looking forward to the French lifestyle and enjoying a different culture in a wonderful country.”
Anderson has played 85 games for the Wolves, picking up two Challenge Cup winners medals, having joined the club in 2008 to play alongside brother Vinnie, now at Salford.
Dragons Head Coach Trent Robinson said: “Louis is an exciting signing for us for the next three seasons. He has shown his quality in Super League and he is a big game player. At the age of 26 and with the experience he will bring, he would be a great addition to our squad.”