Salford City Reds have captured Australian stand-off Luke Dorn from Super League rivals Harlequins on a two-year deal beginning next season.
Dorn's speed impressed Salford
Dorn has been a target for the Reds since it became apparent Andrew Dunemann would be returning down under.
"Luke has pace to burn and a lot of quality, and he is a try scorer," said Reds' director of football Steve Simms.
"We are hoping that with the other Luke (Robinson), we will have one of the best half-back partnerships next year."
Meanwhile, Reds assistant coach James Lowes has signed a two-year contract extension that will keep him at The Willows until the end of the 2008 season.
Lowes was recently linked with the head coach's position at Wakefield.
"Jimmy told us he never wanted to leave," Simms added. "He told me he sees a very bright future here at Salford, especially with the new stadium on the horizon, and he is desperate to be part of that success.
"He is a great coach and we want to surround our players with men of his calibre."