Wakefield have re-signed winger Mason Caton-Brown until the end of the season.
Caton-Brown, 25, left Trinity to join Toronto Wolfpack midway through last season and has recently been playing Rugby Union 7s in Hong Kong.
He said: “I’m really looking forward to getting started. I’m glad I’ve been given this opportunity to come back to Wakefield and carry on doing what I was doing from my time here before.
“All the boys have already started welcoming me so I’m looking forward to starting back with them. I’ve been following the team and they’ve been doing really well. I just can’t wait to get involved.”
Caton-Brown has gone straight in to Wakefield’s injury hit squad for Thursday’s trip to Castleford.
Coach Chris Chester said: “Mason knows what we’re all about and we know what Mason is all about. It’s a really good fit for the club. He had two really good years here and we’re pleased we’ve got some competition now in the outside backs and Mason will give us some real quality.
“He’ll be straight in Thursday. There’s no better way to start your second spell than a big local derby against Castleford.”
Born in Enfield, Caton-Brown started out at London Broncos and Hemel Stags, before moving to Salford in 2014 and then on to Wakefield.
He scored 26 tries in 27 appearances during his first spell at Trinity.