Warrington Wolves have announced the signing of Australian Test second-row forward Trent Waterhouse on a three-year contract. The 30-year-old will move from Penrith Panthers - where he has spent his entire career so far - at the start of next season. He played for the Kangaroos in the 2009 Four Nations Series. He will move to the Wolves to replace Catalan Dragons-bound New Zealander Louis Anderson. Wolves coach Tony Smith said: "He's a high-quality international player who fits our needs and will fit into our structures and our team extremely well. "He's a big man who likes to offload the ball and is a highly experienced rugby league player who has gained a lot of experience at the highest level." The player himself said he was looking forward to his big move, adding that the Wolves were the only Super League side who could tempt him from New South Wales. He said: "I am delighted to be joining Warrington at this exciting time in the club's history. "I have heard great things about the club, the players and the fans. I can see big things for the club in the near future and I'm looking forward to getting over there and being part of that. "The coach and management have outlined a fantastic vision for their future and as such it was the only club I wanted to join in the UK Super League."