Toulouse Olympique have announced the re-signing of Dominique Peyroux for the 2023 season, with the option of a further year.
The back-rower made the move from St Helens ahead of the 2021 season, winning promotion to Super League with the French outfit. He scored nine tries in 11 appearances in his debut season with Toulouse.
Peyroux, 33, made the switch to Super League initially with Saints in 2016. He previously featured for Gold Coast Titans and New Zealand Warriors in the NRL, making his debut for the former in 2011.
He spent five years at the Totally Wicked Stadium. The dual-international played 121 games and won two Super League titles in 2019 and 2020.
The New Zealand-born player has won eight caps for Cook Islands and three for Samoa on the international scene.
Dominique Peyroux hoping to maintain spot in Super League with Toulouse
“My family and I are happy to stay in Toulouse,” said Peyroux.
“I am very grateful to be part of this adventure with this team. Personally, I want to thank the coach and the club for believing in me and in my abilities.
“I will now do everything I can to help maintain our place in Super League.”
President of Toulouse Bernard Sarrazain added: “Dom’s extension shows that he believes in our project. Seeing a player with such a track record continue the adventure with us is very gratifying and proves that he and his family feel good in our club.”