NO further new additions are expected at Warrington Wolves ahead of the 2022 season.

Last week, Cronulla Sharks loose forward Billy Magoulias was confirmed as The Wire's sixth new signing for Daryl Powell's first season as head coach.

Props Joe Bullock and James Harrison, second rower Oliver Holmes and outside backs Peter Mata'utia and Greg Minikin have also been added, although Harrison and Minikin will not feature until well into the new campaign after both underwent ACL surgery.

They were linked with Melbourne Storm prop Judda Turahui throughout last week but reports the club were chasing his signature were wide of the mark, as were rumours winger Josh Charnley could be leaving the club.

While confirming the club had completed their recruitment, chief executive Karl Fitzpatrick added he did not expect any players to leave unless pre-season performances fell below standards.

"In terms of incomings, that’s us done," he told the Guardian.

"We don’t expect any outgoings at this stage unless someone doesn’t come up to standards in pre-season training.

"I know there’s been rumours about Josh Charnley being moved on but he will be around.

"Unless someone comes back and doesn’t deliver one way or another in pre-season, nobody will be going.

"Looking at some of the recruitment decisions we’ve made, it gives an indication of how we want to play.

"Especially with the latest one Billy Magoulias – a ball-playing loose forward who will get things moving in that middle third."

The futures of two of The Wire's young players – outside back Nathan Roebuck and second rower Cole Oakley – have also been clarified, with both players set to leave the club upon the expiry of their contracts at the end of this month.

Jason Clark is also out of contract and although a new deal is yet to be announced, it is understood the Australian forward is set to remain at The Halliwell Jones Stadium for at least another season.