Goodwin to rejoin Rabbitohs from Warrington
South Sydney Rabbitohs have confirmed outside back Bryson Goodwin will return to the club from Warrington Wolves for the 2020 season.
Goodwin, 33, is one appearance away from a century of outings for the Rabbitohs, with whom he spent five seasons before leaving the NRL for Warrington in 2017.
He has scored 23 tries in 49 appearances for Super League side Warrington, where his two-year contract expires at the end of this season.
The New Zealand international said: "I felt that this was a really good opportunity, we put all the pieces together and my family and I felt that this is the right decision and the right time to come home.
"They are going really well at the moment and hopefully next year we can do well too.
"I'm really looking forward to [heading back to Souths], but first and foremost I’m really looking forward to finishing this year off strongly at Warrington, hopefully make the Challenge Cup Final and take out the Super League, doing one better in each competition than we did last year."
Goodwin was part of the Rabbitohs' 2014 NRL Premiership-winning side and general manager of football, Shane Richardson, says his return is a major boost.
"Bryson is one of those players that you know will give 100 per cent effort every time he takes the field," he said.
"He has given a lot to this club over the five years he was with us previously, and his form has been excellent over the past two years since he moved to Warrington."