Wales international Jonah Holmes has joined the Dragons on a long-term deal after he was released from the last year of his Leicester Tigers contract.
Holmes, who can operate on the wing or at full-back, scored 24 tries in three seasons with Premiership side Leicester.
The 27-year-old has been capped three times by Wales, and Dragons director of rugby Dean Ryan hopes the region can help him become an established Test player.
Ryan said: “Jonah is a top-class international who is excited to make the move to Wales and join Dragons.
“Jonah has big ambitions, in both the domestic and international arena, and we are pleased that he believes that Dragons is the right fit for him to be able to achieve those goals.”
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Holmes is relishing a new challenge in the Pro 14.
He said: “I’m pleased to finalise the move and can’t wait to get started in a new competition and link up with my team-mates.
“I’ve spoken at length to Dean, know the ambition for the future and have seen the squad that is being built. I’m excited by the challenge ahead.
“My focus is now totally on Dragons, getting integrated into the squad as soon as possible and trying to get my name on that first team sheet.”
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