Wakefield have signed Hull KR centre Craig Hall on a two-year contract.
The 26-year-old former Hull player will join up with the Wildcats at the end of the season when his contract with the Robins runs out.
"I've had four good years at Rovers and now I want to take my experience to a fresh start at Wakefield," said Hall.
"I've loved every minute at Rovers. It's the club I supported growing up so it's been a proud four years for me. Hopefully we can pick up some good results between now and the end of the season then I can have a good rest and really rip in to pre-season and have a big year next year."
Hall has spent his entire career on Humberside apart from a five-game loan spell at Widnes where he played alongside Wakefield head coach, James Webster.
"I'm delighted to get Craig on board for 2015," said Webster. "Craig is a player that possesses great speed and we feel that his all-round game and versatility will add plenty to our current squad."
Hull KR chief executive Mike Smith said: "I'd like to thank Craig for everything he has done for the club over the past four seasons.
"With Darrell Goulding joining us for next season and adding to the likes of Kris Welham, Liam Salter and Macauley Hallett who are already in the squad, we have plenty of options in the centres and can appreciate Craig's desire for regular first-team football at this stage of his career."
Leeds Rhinos captain Kevin Sinfield has been named in the 19 man squad to face Wakefield Wildcats on Friday.
The 33-year-old missed Sunday's victory over Catalan Dragons.
The Rhinos will be without Carl Ablett (shoulder) and Mitch Achurch (groin) who both picked up injuries in Sunday's dramatic win.
They join Ian Kirke (concussion), Jamie Jones-Buchanan (calf), Chris Clarkson (Achilles), Rob Burrow (collar bone) and Zak Hardaker (suspension) on the sidelines.
Head Coach Brian McDermott has recalled youngsters Robbie Ward and Elliot Minchella to the squad whilst Luke Briscoe could feature against the team he played for on loan at the start of the current season.
Wakefield Wildcats have resigned former player Tim Smith on loan for the remainder of the season.
The 29-year-old moved to Salford Red Devils last August and has since made 12 appearances, scoring two tries.
He returns to Trinity for a second spell after playing an integral part in their push to the 2012 playoffs.
That season Smith racked up 38 assists and won the club's Man of Steel and Members' Player of the Year awards.
Wakefield coach Richard Agar has stepped down from his post and been replaced by assistant James Webster with immediate effect, the club have announced. He led the Wildcats in 75 games making him the longest serving coach in the club's history .
Wakefield Wildcats forward Taulima Tautai is to join Super League champions Wigan in a deal effective from the end of the season.
The hard-hitting 26-year-old has agreed a three-year contract with Shaun Wane's side, with Wigan saying that his performance against them earlier this season brought him to their attention.
A statement said he impressed Wigan officials "with a series of strong performances early in the season, especially against the Warriors at the DW Stadium in March".
The Samoa international, who signed for Wakefield last season, has also played in the NRL with Parramatta and Cronulla.
Wakefield Wildcats forward Chris Annakin has been served with a five-match ban by the Rugby Football League.
Annakin was charged with a dangerous throw in his side's loss to Warrington on Sunday and was given his punishment on Tuesday night.
His ban means coach Richard Agar will not be able to call on him for the crucial relegation scrap with Bradford on Sunday. He will also sit out meetings with London, Wigan, Hull and Leeds.
Wakefield have extended the contract of Australian prop Scott Anderson and parted company with former England winger Peter Fox.
Anderson, 28, joined the Wildcats in the winter on a 12-month deal but, after featuring in 11 of their first 13 First Utility Super League matches, has now has extended his stay to the end of 2016.
Meanwhile the 30-year-old Fox is expected to join Championship club Halifax after leaving the Wildcats by mutual consent.
Fox, who has scored 45 tries in 84 Super League appearances for Wakefield, was out of contract at the end of the year.
The Wakefield Wildcats have signed Huddersfield Giants forward Jacob Fairbank on a one-month loan deal.
Fairbank, 24, has made 20 Super League appearances in all having previously spent time on loan at London Broncos and Bradford Bulls. He has also featured for Batley Bulldogs on dual registration.
“We’ve been in a little bit of a period where we’ve picked some injuries up and we’ve got some guys who are getting back to match fitness,” said Wildcats head coach, Richard Agar.
“We felt that it will boost our ranks in the middle of the field, initially for a month. He’s got a terrific engine so we think he’ll boost our squad and cover one or two issues we’ve got with injuries and fitness.”
Fairbank is expected to go straight into the 19-man squad for Sunday’s game at Hull FC.
Warrington winger Chris Riley is to remain at Wakefield on a week-by-week basis following the expiry of his initial month's loan deal.
26-year-old Riley, who was a member of the Wolves' Grand Final team in October, moved to Wakefield after being dropped by Warrington after their opening home defeat of the 2014 Super League season.
Riley was ineligible for the Wildcats' Challenge Cup tie against Leeds last Sunday but is set to make his fifth appearance for the club against the Rhinos at Headingley on Friday night.
Hull KR coach Craig Sandercock makes two changes to the side that beat Bradford, bringing in forwards Rhys Lovegrove and Jason Netherton for the suspended Justin Poore and the injured Jamie Langley.
Wakefield have loose forward Danny Washbrook back from a two-match absence with a calf strain and centre Dean Collis returns to take the place of Jimmy Keinhorst, who aggravated a hamstring injury in the defeat by St Helens.