BEN Pomeroy believes joining Warrington Wolves is a “perfect” opportunity for him.

The 33-year-old former Catalans Dragons, Cronulla Sharks and Penrith Panthers centre has most recently been plying his trade with Lezignan Sangliers in the French competition.

Wolves need him in their push for a Super 8s place, having lost Rhys Evans, Toby King, Harvey Livett and Matty Blythe to long-term injuries.

He joins after meeting up with Wolves’ head of coaching and rugby Tony Smith a few days ago.

Tony Smith's view of Pomery signing

Pomeroy, who made his professional debut 13 years ago, said: “I have been playing in the French competition but I was always keen to play in Super League again.

“This opportunity at Warrington came up and I think is perfect for me.

“I’m excited; it feels like I’m making my debut again.

“I’ve still got a lot of friends over here in the Dragons team and have kept an eye on Super League.

“I can’t wait to play and I’m hoping I can do a good job for the club and slot into the system here.

“I hope to bring some experience and perform well.

“I met Tony a couple of days ago; he’s been great, an honest and approachable guy who I am looking forward to working with.”