DANNY Brough is heading for the Bulls next season as he aims to finish an impressive career on a high.

The hugely-experienced half back has agreed a two-year deal that will see him team up with coach John Kear for a third time.

In a real coup for the Bulls, Brough is understood to have taken a significant wage cut to drop down from Super League.

The 37-year-old previously played for Kear at Hull FC, where they won the Challenge Cup together in 2005, and Wakefield.

They will be reunited again next season when Brough aims to steer the Bulls back towards Super League.

The Scotland international held talks with Kear yesterday and revealed his hunger for one last challenge.

Bulls chairman Mark Sawyer said: “It isn’t necessarily the best financial package for him but he’s really bought into it. He wants to come and work with John again.

“He’s given himself the task of getting us back into Super League over the next couple of years. Broughy thinks it’s realistic that we can and I know John does.”

It is a move that will lift spirits within the Bulls fanbase after more than three months since the last game – the narrow Challenge Cup loss at Belle Vue.

Brough was up against Jordan Lilley in that March encounter but supporters can now look forward to the pair linking up from next year.

The imminent arrival of the 2013 Man of Steel will offset the return of Rowan Milnes to Hull KR at the end of this season’s loan.

Brough will make the Bulls his seventh club in a career spent predominantly in Super League. Kear handed him a top-flight debut in Hull colours.

Brough’s career success also includes winning the League Leaders’ shield with Huddersfield.

His kicking game has made him one of the leading points scorers in domestic rugby league – and is sure to play a massive role for the Bulls on Dewsbury’s tight pitch.

Sawyer added: “It’s John’s relationship that is bringing him to Bradford. He’s a huge signing for us and will lift people.

“Danny is extremely fit as a player. At Dewsbury, I’ve got 37 and 38-year-old half backs – as long as you can do the job, I’m not worried about their age.

“It’s important you have a lot of youngsters in your team as well, which we have at Bradford. But it’s great to have a player of that calibre coming to play in the Championship.

“Teaching one or two of the other players his goalkicking skills will also be important. We had him at Dewsbury coaching the kicking last season.

"The deal is within the budget. We want to get back to Super League and you've got to sign players like Danny to give yourself a chance and that little bit of an edge over some of the other teams."

"He's somebody who is so competitive and that will shine through. The combination of him and a lot of the younger players will be a good one.

"It's sad that Rowan is going but he's starting his career and Danny is obviously towards the latter end of his. It's probably the right time in both of their careers - one to go up and the other to take a step back for a couple of years."