BEN Murdoch-Masila is officially a Warrington Wolves player, the club have confirmed.

The Tonga powerhourse joins The Wire from fellow Super League side Salford Red Devils for a transfer fee believed to be in the region of £170,000.

Second rower Murdoch-Masila, 26, was impressive for the Red Devils in 2017 and his performances earned him a place in the Super League Dream Team.

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He takes the number of new arrivals at The Halliwell Jones Stadium to four, with Sitaleki Akauola, Bryson Goodwin and Tyrone Roberts also confirmed to be joining.

"Ben will be a big asset to the squad bringing power, size and punch," Wolves chief executive Karl Fitzpatrick says.

"He’s been outstanding since joining Salford, which resulted in a justified selection for the Super League Dream Team at the end of the 2017 campaign.

"The transfer demonstrates our commitment and intent for the 2018 season and beyond.

"Ben is the fourth new quality player that has put pen to paper and as with all quality signings we’ve had to work hard to fend off competitors to land each and every one.”