GIANTS winger Hefin O'Hare could have a new teammate in the Welsh national side.
Latest recruit James Evans boasts a British passport because his father, Kevin, was born in Wales.
The chance to visit his family in the country played a big part in Evans' decision to come and play for the Giants in Super League.
And the new arrival has not ruled out playing alongside O'Hare in the Welsh national squad in this autumn's European Nations Championship if given the nod.
"That has to be an option," said Evans, whose grandparents still live in the Welsh town of Prestatyn.
"My main priority is obviously playing for the Giants and making as big an impact as possible with them.
"But if things go according to plan and I go well over here, turning out for Wales is something I definitely won't rule out.
"I know my dad and my family in Wales would be immensely proud to see that happen, and I'm sure I'd feel just as proud as well.
"It's not every day and every player who gets the chance to play international footy, but I could soon be in the position to do so.
"But, as I said, we'll see how things go with the Giants first of all.
"That's why I chose to come here, and hopefully if I do get picked it's because I've done well for the Giants in Super League."
One of Evans' first tasks as soon as he gets settled in will be to pay his family a visit in Wales.
He has not seen his grandparents since they visited him in Australia when he was five years old.
And he admits it will be an emotional moment.
"Twenty years is a long time to wait to see them, we've got a lot of catching up to do," he continued.
"It's something I'm really looking forward to, and I think I'll need a few spare days to meet up with all my family members.
"Besides my grandparents, there are a lot of aunties, uncles and cousins to see, may of them for the first time.
"And I've also been told that there's some great countryside around Wales.
"My dad has told me so much about the place that it was my dream from a very early age to take a look for myself.
"Fortunately, I'm now in the position to do just that."