WITH several signings from the NRL heading to join Warrington Wolves in both the short and long-term, many will be wondering where it leaves the club in terms of their overseas quota.

Per the competition rules, Super League clubs are permitted to have seven overseas players in their rosters for any given season.

Warrington currently have three – Peter Mata’utia, Jason Clark and Thomas Mikaele – although that will rise to four when full-back Matt Dufty joins up with the squad this week following his move from Canterbury Bulldogs.

Warrington Guardian:

Matt Dufty is due to arrive in Warrington this week, taking The Wire's current overseas player contingent to four.

Mata’utia, Dufty and Mikaele are all contracted for next year and while Clark is confirmed to be leaving to join French side Limoux Grizzlies, quota spots will be taken by incoming signings Sam Kasiano, Paul Vaughan and Josh McGuire.

That means that, as it stands, Daryl Powell can still bring in one more overseas player for 2023 should the salary cap permit.

Warrington Wolves overseas players for 2023

Peter Mata’utia, Thomas Mikaele, Matt Dufty, Sam Kasiano, Paul Vaughan, Josh McGuire

Warrington Guardian:

Josh McGuire will add to Wire's overseas contingent next year along with Paul Vaughan and Sam Kasiano. Picture by www.photosport.nz/SWPix.com