TORONTO Wolfpack have announced the signing of experienced former Bradford forward Adam Sidlow.

The prop's departure makes him the seventh confirmed player to depart Odsal following Bulls' liquidation.

Adam O'Brien, Alex Mellor, James Clare, Kris Welham, Tom Olbison and Jason Walton have already left, while Kieren Moss has been linked with Hull KR.

With just over three weeks to their first scheduled first Championship fixture, Bradford's squad is looking increasingly threadbare but there are hopes that an announcement on a new owner could be made by the RFL today.

Meanwhile, Sidlow said he was excited to be joining League One newcomers Wolfpack.

He said: “I’m thrilled to be a part of such an exciting new concept and jumped at the opportunity when it arrived.

"I’d heard a lot of positive things about Canada from anyone that I’ve spoken to, and also about the lads training up at Brighouse, so it was a no-brainer for me. I’m excited for the next chapter in my career, for me and my family, and can’t wait to put on the Wolfpack jersey at the Den.”

Wolfpack assistant coach Kurt Haggerty, who played alongside Sidlow at Bradford last year, added: “Adam is a great signing for the club going forward. He’s athletic and gets around the field very well. He also has the x-factor of a good offload to his game, so can open up play.”