Catalans Dragons have signed winger Jodie Broughton from Huddersfield Giants on a two-year deal from the start of the 2016 Super League season.
Broughton, 27, has been limited to just 10 appearances in 2015 by the form of fellow widemen Jermaine McGillvary and Aaron Murphy in Paul Anderson's side.
The former Leeds, Hull FC and Salford man has scored 74 tries in 134 league games during his seven year career.
"It is a massive opportunity for me," Broughton said of the Perpignan move.
|Broughton's tries against Catalans|
|Two of Jodie Broughton's five Super League tries this season came against Catalans at the 2015 Magic Weekend.|
"I'm really looking forward to joining Catalans and it's just the challenge I was looking for."
The Rhinos academy product played four games for the England Knights side, scoring six tries, and joins Pat Richards, Richie Myler and Paul Aiton among the new deals at the Stade Gilbert Brutus for 2016.