Toronto Wolfpack have bolstered their squad for their debut season in Super League with the signings of Brad Singleton and James Cunningham.
Singleton, 27, played for Wolfpack coach Brian McDermott at Leeds, where he made his debut in 2011.
The Cumbrian, a Super League winner in 2015 and 2017, has signed a three-year deal.
Cunningham, 25, arrives on a two-year deal from London Broncos, where he was part of the side that beat the Wolfpack in the 2018 Million Pound Game.
Toronto head of rugby, Brian Noble, said: “Both James and Brad are incredibly hard workers on and off the field and we are thrilled to have been able to secure their signatures.
“We are always looking for ways to strengthen our squad and this announcement certainly does that.
“They are proven performers at the highest level, we look forward to seeing James and Brad blend into our environment quickly as we prepare to launch our maiden Super League campaign.”
Singleton fills the void left by the retiring Ashton Sims, while Cunningham provides useful cover for Andy Ackers following the departure of Bob Beswick.
They are the second and third signings by the Wolfpack, following the marquee signing of Sonny Bill Williams.