Crusaders have signed former Wakefield and Bradford prop Richard Moore.
The 29-year-old follows his old Wildcats team-mate Paul Johnson to Wrexham following his release by the Yorkshire club.
Moore is new Crusaders coach Iestyn Harris' third signing of the winter after the captures of Johnson and former Bradford back Stuart Reardon.
Harris said: "Richard fits the bill for the type of player we are looking to recruit here at the Crusaders.
"He's a real tough competitor, a big strong runner and he never takes a backward step.
"Richard has lots of Super League experience under is belt and he adds real strength and aggression to our pack.
"He has been one of Wakefield's outstanding performers over the past
few years and we're delighted that he has chosen to take up a new challenge here in Wrexham."
News of Moore's signing comes three days after a new company backed by Wrexham Village, owners of the club's Racecourse Ground home, completed a deal to take Crusaders out of administration.
Moore won Super League and Challenge Cup honours with Bradford and also had spells with London Broncos and Leigh before joining the Wildcats.
Moore has resumed his career after being diagnosed with Crohn's Disease in 2009 but was released by Wakefield due to salary cap restrictions.