Tyrone Roberts has sealed himself a return to the NRL with former club Gold Coast Titans on a two-year deal.
Roberts, 27, played for the Titans in 2016 and 2017 before moving in 2018 to the Warrington Wolves in the Betfred Super League.
Despite signing an initial three-year deal with the Wolves, Roberts is set to cut his time in Super League short and return down under in 2019.
Roberts has been a key part of the Wolves side so far this season,which includes securing their place in the Super 8s.
The Australian has displayed a decent partnership with Englishman Kevin Brown – a bond that has lead the club to another Challenge Cup Final to be played at Wembley.
Roberts could potential leave upon the years end with both a Grand Final winners ring and a Challenge Cup winners medal around his neck.
Gold Coast head coach Gareth Brennan said this on the signing:
“Tyrone is a very good half but will also add that real utility value to our squad and the fact he can play six, seven, nine or one makes him such a valuable commodity to have,”
“He’s played a number of representative matches and has been a seasoned NRL player for well over five years so he knows what it takes to compete at the top.”