JASON Clark will leave Warrington Wolves at the end of the season, the club have confirmed.

The Australian forward’s fourth season at The Halliwell Jones Stadium will be his last, with his contract expiring at the end of the season.

He will remain in the northern hemisphere and join French side Limoux Grizzlies, who play in the Elite One Championship, next year.

Since arriving in England in 2019 following an impressive NRL career with South Sydney Rabbitohs, Clark has made 75 appearances for Warrington so far, crossing for two tries in the process.

Clark, who turns 33 on Tuesday, helped The Wire lift the Challenge Cup during his first season at the club, starting at loose forward during the memorable 18-4 Wembley win over St Helens.

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Jason Clark started the 2019 Challenge Cup Final win over St Helens. Picture by Mike Boden

He and his family have settled well in England, with the popular pack man twice opting to extend his stay at the club.

“Jason has been the consummate professional throughout his time at the club and really embedded himself within the local community," chief executive Karl Fitzpatrick said.

“He’s a very popular member of team and the club and I know he’ll add real value to the Limoux organisation.

"Although he’s not been playing regularly this year, he always gives 100% in training and is always willing to pass on his valuable experience to the young fellas in the team.

“He’ll move on at the end of the season with our best wishes.”

He is the third off-contract player officially confirmed to be leaving at the end of the season - Josh Charnley's deal will not be renewed while Mike Cooper is confirmed to be joining Wigan Warriors for next year.