NEW Bulls recruit Jamel Goodall could be let off the leash on the wing.

The 20-year-old Jamaican international has signed a one-year deal at Odsal.

Goodall, who played for Keighley Cougars, arrives as a utility forward.

Yet the Bulls may look to utilise his electric pace out wide – an area where they are currently short of numbers.

Ethan Ryan and youngster Josh Rickett are the only recognised wingers in the squad at present.

And Ryan may be eyeing the full-back role for their League One promotion push.

But Goodall is reported to be even quicker than Ryan and, at 6ft 2in, would present a formidable attacking option in the backs.

He has been a free agent after finishing a one-year academy deal at Castleford.

Goodall came through at college level with the Halifax elite academy and joined the Cougars' reserve side midway through the 2015 campaign.

He immediately caught the eye with an outstanding debut display against Wales in the Danny Jones memorial game.

Paul March rewarded him with a two-year deal and Goodall made his League One debut in a win over Newcastle Thunder.

Lee Greenwood, who had helped coach the teenager with the Halifax academy, took him to Cheltenham for a month's loan with Gloucestershire All Golds.

Goodall returned to play for the Cougars in the Super Eights away to Toulouse Olympique but then activated a release clause in his contract to join the Tigers.

He recently appeared for Jamaica with Ross Peltier, a former team-mate at Keighley, as the Reggae Warriors were beaten 34-12 in France – after a nightmare 11-hour trip from Manchester following a strike by French air traffic controllers.