DANNY BROUGH has completed his move to the Giants.
The 27-year-old half-back has today signed a long-term Super League deal which will keep him at the Galpharm until the end of the 2014 season.
As part of the agreement Giants forward Danny Kirmond will join Brough’s former club, Wakefield Trinity Wildcats, for the rest of the season.
Huddersfield have also handed the Wildcats an undisclosed fee and allowed prop Michael Korkidas, who was still officially on loan from the Giants, to move to the Hearwell Stadium on a permanent basis until the end of the 2011 season.
News of the deal ends weeks of speculation over a switch of clubs for Brough, who was the Coaches’ Player of the Year at Wakefield last season.
The Dewsbury-born star is expected to go straight into the squad for Sunday’s home Super League clash against St Helens.
Brough met his new teammates for the first time yesterday, and he has no doubt he is joining a club capable of becoming an even more dominant Super League power.
“I’m absolutely delighted to be here at last,” he said.
“I loved my time at Wakefield and would like to thank everyone for their support.
“But I believe I’m joining a big club in Huddersfield, who are getting stronger each year and have a superb coach in Nathan Brown.
“My main aim is to come here to have fun and hopefully help the club push for a top-two place. I know that’s something that can be achieved.”