FORMER Warrington Wolves centre Bryson Goodwin has left South Sydney Rabbitohs and secured a new NRL team.

After securing a release from his former club, whom he rejoined upon leaving The Wire last season, he has completed a return to his first professional club Cronulla Sharks.

The terms are for the remainder of this season.

New Zealand 10-cap international Goodwin, 34, made 61 appearances in two season for The Wire, returning to Australia with a Challenge Cup winners' medal in his pocket.

Goodwin was on the bench for South Sydney's 32-12 win against Gold Coast at the weekend.

After learning his trade playing for Sutherland Shire club the Gymea Gorillas, Goodwin progressed through the junior system at the Sharks before making his NRL debut in 2007.

He went on to forge a successful career at Canterbury Bulldogs and then Souths, where he was a member of their 2014 Premiership winning squad.

In 2018 Goodwin was heading to Leigh but Warrington nipped in for his services and he produced two strong years in primrose and blue.

Now, with injury and suspension having an impact on Cronulla's outside back stocks, Goodwin is set to add experience and much-needed depth to the Sharks backline.

He is in line for Sharks selection against the Bulldogs this weekend.