“I’m really pleased to sign the contract and come back to rugby league,” he said.
“I’m just really excited to get back on the field.
“I’ve felt like I’ve fitted in really well, I know a few of the boys from playing against them over the years and everyone has been really welcoming.
“The team spirit is really good, with some good wins. You can see the confidence is there and everyone enjoys each other’s company which is a big thing too.
“First things first, I just want to get into the team and play the best I can for the club.”
Broncos coach Andrew Henderson is delighted to have added a player of such quality and experience to his squad.
“It’s a great signing for the club,” he said.
“He knows what this level of football is about as well. He’s a Welsh international too so he’s played at the highest level and some of the biggest stages in the world.
“The good thing about Kear is that he’s versatile so he can cover full-back, wing and can fill in at centre too, which is another reason I wanted to bring him in.
“It puts pressure on the guys already in the jersey and adds that much more competition for places.
“It’s another quality player that’s a good fit for us, he’s a good person and someone that wants to win, and he’s a competitor.
“He fits the bill for me and I’m excited to see what he’ll bring to the club, and with his experience how he’ll help some of the younger guys with their development too.
“Next stop for us is trying to bring in some more forwards.”