MO Agoro has rejoined Oldham, just a week after his departure from the Keighley Cougars was confirmed.

The flying winger will be taking on his old side in League 1 next season, having scored a superb 47 tries in 59 appearances for Keighley.

The Jamaican international has signed for the Roughyeds on a two-year deal, going back to where it all started a decade ago, scoring 27 times in 40 games during his initial spell at Oldham.

He told Oldham’s club website: “The vision and ambitions of the club got me really excited and a key reason for signing was to be a part of this project.

“Oldham have a brilliant fan base, which I know from my first spell at the club. I made some brilliant memories the first time round and I’m looking forward to creating more.

“I’m a hard worker, especially out of the backfield, and bring experience to the side – as well as try-scoring – and I can’t wait to get started.”

But Cougars have made a new signing in half-back Alex Bishop, the Australian joining after his release from Whitehaven.

The 29-year-old made a positive impression on the fanbase of the Cumbrian club, but was only able to make 15 appearances in his two years at the LEL Arena due to a pair of serious injuries.