Melbourne winger Anthony Quinn has made a return to Newcastle, signing a one-year-deal with the Knights.
Quinn, 29, made over 100 appearances for the club between 2002 and 2006 before moving to the Storm where he spent six seasons.
He has also made three Origin appearances for NSW.
“Myself and the family are really pleased to be back in Newcastle and I’m looking forward to playing back where it all began,” Quinn told the club’s official website.
“I want to thank the Knights for the opportunity to return to the Club to play out my career.”
Quinn will add depth to coach Wayne Bennett’s squad, who will be hoping to improve on last season’s 12th placed finish.
“Anthony has played with the Knights before so it is fantastic we can bring him home,” Knights chief Matt Gidley told the club’s official website.
“He can play on the wing, in the centres and even in the second row, so his versatility will be a great addition to the team.
“He is very well liked, has a superb work ethic and he is just the type of player we want to have around the club.”