HAVING left Warrington Wolves, Nathan Roebuck has found himself a new club.

The young outside back has joined League One side Keighley Cougars for the 2022 season, penning a two-year deal with the Yorkshire outfit.

Roebuck made just one senior appearance for The Wire after coming through the academy, and it was a try-scoring one as he featured in a youthful outfit that lost 20-18 to Salford Red Devils in September 2020.

He spent time on loan at Leigh Centurions during 2021 but left Warrington upon the expiry of his contract this month.

He joins former Wire assistant coach Andrew Henderson at Keighley after he was confirmed as the club's head of rugby last month.

“I’m really looking forward to getting back to playing rugby and getting to know and settle in with the lads at Keighley,” Roebuck told the Cougars' official website.

“I believe there is a good rugby core and a good business structure at the club.

“After my two full years in the Warrington first team, even with the struggles of coming back from injury in my final academy year and the two seasons we’ve had with Covid, I’ve learnt so much from being in a competitive environment.

“And after previously working with Andrew Henderson, I spoke with Hendo, and we know Keighley are striving to get promotion and to be playing Championship rugby and hopefully further over time.

“I want to play my part in helping this club achieving those goals.”