Adam Doueihi has enjoyed a strong start to his NRL career and it wasn't long ago when he was plying his trade with the North Sydney Bears.
He burst onto the scene with 13 appearances for the foundation club in 2017 before producing some stunning performances for Lebanon in the World Cup at the end of the year.
He then had a breakout season with the South Sydney Rabbitohs in 2018, making his NRL debut in Round 2 before finishing the campaign with 15 first-grade games to his name.
He was earmarked as a star of the future and made 15 more appearances for the cardinal and myrtle last season before signing a four-year deal to sign with his junior club, Wests Tigers.
“I’m very pleased we’ve been able to secure Adam on a long-term deal at Wests Tigers,” Maguire said upon Doueihi's arrival at the club.
“He is a fine young man off the field and is an excellent addition to our squad with his talent and versatility across a number of positions.
Doueihi will provide invaluable depth and versatility for Michael Maguire in 2020 and currently has a hold of the no.1 jumper, fighting off team-mate Corey Thompson for the role.