After over 10 years away, Leon Pryce is to return to Bradford Bulls.
Bradford Bulls have confirmed that club legend Leon Pryce will re-join the club for the 2017 season.
The Hull FC stand-off is to return to the team where he made his name in rugby league over a decade after he departed the club.
Pryce rose through the ranks at the Bulls and won three Super League titles, two Challenge Cups and two World Club Challenges at Odsal.
He departed for St Helens in 2006 where he collected three more Challenge Cup medals, a Super League title and another World Club Challenge.
Spells at Catalans Dragons and Hull followed and the 34-year-old is relishing returning home.
"I'm excited to come back home and come back to my home town team," Pryce told Bradford's official website.
"It's been a long time since I left Bradford, 2005 was my last season. I've always wanted to come back home for my last season."