Another NRL player has emerged on Super League radars.
This time, clubs have been alerted to the availability of Wests Tigers forward Oliver Clark, who could potentially make a move to the competition next season.
Clark, 23, is a prop who weighs in at 107kg and is 6ft 2. He made his debut for the Tigers last year and went on to make nine appearances before playing a further three times so far this season.
Often used off the bench he has averaged 32 minutes a game this season and averages over 23 tackles a games with a success rate above 93%.
He joined the club in 2018 after coming through the ranks at Penrith.
Clark joins a growing list of players who have been offered to Super League clubs ahead of next season, though the number of overseas signings is expected to be low ahead of 2021. St Helens, Warrington and Toronto are thought to have recruited from the NRL through Joel Thompson, Greg Inglis and Ryan Hall respectively.