The Warriors have added depth to their playmaking resources by signing Penrith's Harry Siejka on a two-year NRL contract through to the end of the 2014 season.
The Bathurst-born 20-year-old made a whirlwind visit to Auckland yesterday to sign his contract. He'll return to begin training with the squad on Monday.
A halfback who can also play at standoff as well as being a goal-kicker, Siejka has the distinction of playing in each of the NYC's first five seasons in existence, having made his debut as a 16-year-old in 2008. An Australian Schoolboys representative in 2007 and 2010, he has four NRL appearances to his credit since his first-grade debut last year.
"I've had a lot to do with [head coach] Matt [Elliott] and couldn't be more excited about having the opportunity to join him at the Vodafone Warriors," said Siejka, who has a Polish heritage.