Krisnan Inu's unhappy time with the Warriors has come to an end with the 25-year-old granted a release to join the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs until the end of 2015.

The mercurial utility is one of the most naturally talented players in the game but has constantly battled questions about his work ethic and the number of errors he makes.

Inu was under contract with the Warriors until the end of 2013 but the Warriors have agreed to let him go immediately and he could be available to play for the Bulldogs against the Roosters on Monday.

"The Bulldogs have sought an immediate release due to an injury crisis among their wingers,'' Warriors chief executive wayne Scurrah said. "While Krisnan still has the rest of this season and 2013 to run on his contract, we've agreed to let him go now.


"Kris has made a big contribution to the club on and off the field and leaves with our best wishes for the future.''

Inu said he was looking forward to his new challenge after signing with the Bulldogs until the end of the 2015 season.

"I appreciate what the Warriors have done in letting me go now, giving me the chance to play NRL football,'' he said. "I want to thank everyone at the club for what they've done for me. I've enjoyed my time here.''

Inu joined the Warriors from Parramatta after the 2010 season. He played a total of 21 NRL games for the club, scoring 12 tries. He has a career total of 99 NRL appearances.