His novel approach to finding a new club sent Rugby League fans into a spin but now Cameron King has finally found a new home.
After months of speculation surrounding his immediate playing future, King has signed with English Championship club Featherstone Rovers for the 2019 season.
The announcement comes just four months after King was released by the Parramatta Eels having played 43 first-grade games since his debut in 2010 with the Dragons.
The tenacious hooker has developed a strong reputation for his hard-work ethic on and off the field and Rovers coach Ryan Carr spoke of his excitement surrounding King's arrival.
"I'm very excited to have Cameron joining our club for the 2019 season," Carr said.
"He is a very talented Hooker with plenty of NRL experience, and will be a huge asset for us at Featherstone this year.
"Having known Cameron personally for quite a few years, I know what a great person he is to have in a club. His work ethic and commitment are extremely professional and he will bring great leadership both on and off the field."
King will be looking to help bolster the Rovers into the top four this year after they enjoyed a successful 2018 season, finishing fifth at the end of the regular season.