Huddersfield Giants have signed half-back or hooker Tommy Lee from Wakefield Trinity Wildcats on a one-year deal.
It follows which was confirmed on Tuesday.
Lee, 23, who had a year left on his Wildcats deal, told BBC Radio Leeds: "With the type of team they are I thought it would be a good move.
"The coach's track record with players in my position is good and he's made a few into internationals."
Lee added: "Any type of improvement will only benefit me as a player, and they're a team full of internationals so playing and training with better people each day can only improve me."
"I think Huddersfield rotate their squad a little bit and I think it's just about me taking my chance when I get one.
"It's going to be really difficult, but obviously I was under contract at Wakefield and they've made a point of signing me so hopefully they want me for a reason."
Lee is also hoping he can help his new side win silverware after they missed out in the Super League play-offs last season.
"Every player wants to win things and that's what excited me about the offer," he said. "They're a top-four team and when they keep all the players fit they're going to be challenging for trophies and hopefully I can be a part of that."