FORMER Bulls winger Jamie Foster has returned to the game after signing a one-year deal at Workington Town.

The 27-year-old has come out of retirement to link up with Bradford legend Leon Pryce, who has taken over as coach of the Cumbrian League One club.

After leaving Bulls following relegation in 2014, Foster had a spell out of the game before stints at Huddersfield and Featherstone last year.

He announced his decision to retire this summer but Pryce has persuaded his former St Helens team-mate to have a rethink.

Pryce said: "I've worked with Jamie and played with him at St Helens, I've seen him come through from a kid.

"He is a really good lad, a good player and a good person. But I think he maybe fell out of love with rugby a little bit which can happen.

"But at this level I expect a lot out of him. It shows intention for me for where I see the club going. He is the calibre of the player I want to see at the club going forward."