PAUL Vaughan’s move to Warrington Wolves has been officially confirmed.

The Wire have announced the Canterbury Bulldogs prop will join the club on a two-year deal from next season as Daryl Powell continues to overhaul the team’s pack.

The 31-year-old has played for Italy, New South Wales and Australia in the representative arena and joins Catalans Dragons pair Sam Kasiano and Gil Dudson as confirmed new signings for 2023.

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Vaughan is closing in on 200 career appearances and his stint in the NRL has also seen him turn out for Canberra Raiders and St George Illawarra Dragons.

He has been impressive form for a Canterbury side that has struggled this year and with that in mind, Powell is overjoyed to have got his man.

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Paul Vaughan has been in good form for Canterbury Bulldogs this year

“I’m delighted we’ve been able to recruit Paul for next season,” he said.

“His stats this year have been outstanding – he hasn’t missed a tackle in his last two games for example and made 177 metres last week.

“He’s a big ball carrier, defends and moves well and works hard. I’ve had a couple of Zoom chats with him and I really like how he comes across as a bloke as well.

“We’ve talked a lot about size and being a fearsome pack and we’ve worked hard to get that in place for next season.”

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