Wasps have signed New Zealand international prop Jeff Toomaga-Allen.
The Gallagher Premiership club said that Toomaga-Allen will join them from Super Rugby side the Hurricanes this summer.
He follows his fellow All Black - centre Malakai Fekitoa - to the Ricoh Arena after Wasps confirmed his signing from Toulon on Wednesday.
Toomaga-Allen was capped against Japan in 2013, and he was also a member of New Zealand's Rugby Championship squad four years later.
Wasps rugby director Dai Young said: "To bring someone of Jeff's calibre to the club is fantastic news.
"Jeff is a solid scrummager, while also being strong in defence. And like most New Zealanders, he is gifted with ball in hand, so he's a terrific all-round player.
"We are looking forward to him joining us next season, as he will provide a real wealth of experience to the front-row."
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