Adrian Morley will be a Salford player next season.
Morley, 36, has been linked with his hometown club for a while, and today it has been confirmed that he will sign a one-year deal from the start of 2014.
The former Great Britain captain will leave Warrington after seven years at the club and Salford coach Brian Noble is delighted to have his services next year.
Noble said, “He brings with him a great example culturally, he has a lot of juice left in the legs and he has an emotional attachment to Salford. Adrian plays to a very high standard and it is a bonus to the fans that he is one of their own.
“Adrian is both a world-class person and player. He is a great communicator and knows what he wants after his life playing the game is finished. Going forward he is a fantastic ambassador for the game, never mind Salford.”
Morley is the Reds’ second signing of the week, as they have already confirmed the capture of New Zealand international Junior Sa’u.