James Segeyaro has returned to Cronulla after agreeing new terms on one-year deal with the club.
The Papua New Guinea international has played for the Sharks for the last two years and after struggling to attract offers in the off-season, he has decided to commit to the Sharks.
While not having a club over the last couple of months, Segeyaro started working in a café owned by former New Zealand international Jason Nightingale.
On re-signing Segeyaro, Cronulla coach John Morris commented: “He had an opportunity to go to other clubs, but he wanted to pull on our jersey, to play with the Sharks.
“He will add some depth to that position for us this year.”
Segeyaro began his career at North Queensland Cowboys back in 2011, before enjoying spells at Penrith Panthers and Leeds Rhinos. He has made over 150 career appearances.