WARRINGTON Wolves have announced the signing of South Sydney Rabbitohs forward Jason Clark.

The 28-year-old has signed a two-year deal with the Wire, and will join the squad for the 2019 Super League season.

A one-club man for the NRL outfit until this point, loose forward Clark made his 150th Rabbitohs appearance in April this year having made his first-grade debut back in 2009.

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He was a part of the NRL-winning team of 2014 and represented City at test level on one occasion in 2015.

Warrington Wolves head coach Steve Price said: “Having coached against Jason for a number of years, he typifies what we are building here at our club.

“He’s a Grand Final winner and understands what a winning culture is.

“He is selfless, everything is about the team on and off the field – he understands hard work, and its players like Jason who help to make a team a success.

“He’s the type of player who players love playing with, and Sam Burgess recently classed him as one of his greatest ever teammates.

“There’s a lot to his game, as he has ball-playing ability and an offload in there too – we feel he can bring us something different, and he’s a first class guy to go with it.

“We are very pleased to have signed Jason to our club from next season, and he’s going to be a great acquisition.”