Hull FC have announced the signing of Castleford Tigers half-back, Jake Trueman on a three-year deal.
The 23-year-old made his senior debut against St Helens back in 2017, before scoring an impressive hat-trick against Wigan Warriors on only his second appearance.
During his time at the Tigers, Trueman made 103 appearances and scored 32 tries.
It has been announced that Trueman has played his final match in a Castleford shirt. The half-back suffered an ACL injury during their 26-18 victory over Huddersfield Giants on Friday evening.
Trueman said: "I’m gutted, I’ve been looking forward to the rest of the year knowing it was my last year with Cas, looking forward to playing with the boys and hopefully getting in the playoffs and having a good crack at trying to win something. It’s pretty gutting.
“Even more so I think I’ve been getting back to real full fitness the past three or four weeks from my back injury, feeling like I’m getting full speed and full strength back, then this happens.”
Trueman has made three appearances for England’s 9 during the 2019 World Cup 9s tournament.