FORMER York City Knights star Danny Brough will return to the Betfred Championship next year after penning a two-year deal with Bradford Bulls.

Brough will join Bradford from Betfred Super League side Wakefield Trinity for the start of the 2021 season.

The 37-year-old's last outing below the top flight was with Castleford Tigers in 2007.

Brough played for York between 2003 and 2004, when the Knights were in the National League Two, scoring 20 tries, 265 goals and six field goals (a total of 616 points) during 53 appearance before earning a move to Super League side Hull FC.

The Scotland international was also voted into York's all-time 13 by Knights supporters in May.