London Broncos have signed former Catalan Dragons half-back Tony Gigot.
The 23-year-old France international previously spent time in the London club's academy when they were known as Harlequins RL.
Gigot made his debut for the Dragons in 2010 and subsequently had spells with Toulouse Olympique, Avignon Bisons and NRL side Cronulla Sharks.
"Tony has an opportunity to take advantages of his experiences," Broncos head coach Tony Rea said.
"He comes to London following a year in Australia and a World Cup campaign with France.
"He has been here before as a young man. We look forward to him working hard and taking on the Super League season."
Gigot made his international debut for France in 2010 and has won six caps so far, one of them during last year's Rugby League World Cup.
He is the 12th signing by the Broncos since the end of last season and could make his debut in their Super League opener at Widnes Vikings a week on Saturday.