SAINTS have bolstered the pack of forwards further with the signing of big prop Dan Norman on a two year deal from London Broncos.

Kristian Woolf sees huge potential in the 23-year-old, who will join the Super League champions in 2021.

Norman is the club's fourth new signing, joining Joel Thompson, Agnatius Paasi and Sione Mata’utia in the Saints ranks for 2021.

Warrington-born Norman joined the Broncos ahead of the 2020 campaign from Widnes Vikings, where he made 19 appearances last season, including appearing at Wembley as the Vikings suffered defeat in the 1895 Cup Final at the hands of Sheffield.

An England representative at youth level, Norman made his Super League debut in 2018 against Salford Red Devils before Widnes were relegated.

He played regularly for the Broncos pre-lockdown, but has opted to return north with the Saints and will provide competition for places in the forwards.

Norman said: “I’m delighted to have signed for such a big club like St Helens with so much history.

"I’ve enjoyed my short time at London and I’m thankful for the opportunity, but I’m now really looking forward to the new challenge at St. Helens and gaining more Super League experience with the best team in the comp.

"I can’t wait to get in and meet all the boys, staff and fans next year!”

Head Coach Kristian Woolf said: “We see Dan as a player with massive potential. He already has some Super League experience and is a young, strong forward.

"He has impressed in the Championship for Widnes and London is a big body with good athleticism and work ethic. We are looking forward to him joining us ahead of the 2021 season.”