Warrington have completed the signings of Wigan prop Dom Crosby and St Helens second row Andre Savelio.
Crosby a Super League winner this year for the Warriors side that beat Wolves in the Grand Final and the Savelio both sign deals with Warrington.
Head of coaching and rugby Tony Smith told the Warrington Guardian
“I’m looking forward to working with Dom. He’s come from a successful programme and is looking for a change,” he said.
“He’s a player I’ve admired for some time and I know he has a great attitude towards training and has a very competitive nature.
“Andre has been on our radar for a while. He has some X-factor about him. He can break the line and offload the ball.
“The fact he’s a Warrington junior makes him even more appealing.
“He’s going to be right in the mix challenging for a back-row spot. He’s also capable of doing a good job in the middle unit.”
Crosby says he’s heard “nothing but great things” about Wolves.
“I’m delighted and honoured to be joining Warrington. It’s a big club with a lot of history,” he said.
“I really like the brand of rugby they play and I’m hoping their style will help develop my game further.
“I’m good mates with a few of the current Warrington boys and I’ve heard nothing but great things about the club.”
Saveli says a move to The Halliwell Jones Stadium is something he has hoped for but knows he has much work ahead to earn a place in the side.
“I’m delighted that I’m joining my home-town team. I always wished one day it would happen,” he said.
“I played with Dec Patton and Joe Philbin at junior level, so to have the opportunity to play alongside them for Warrington is like a dream come true.
“There is a quality squad at Warrington and I know I’m going to have to work extremely hard to get in the 17.”