The Warriors have reportedly secured the services of Broncos prop Adam Blair for the next four seasons.
The Courier Mail reports the 31 year-old Kiwis veteran will move to Auckland on a deal worth NZ$2.6million.
Blair is keeping his playing future a closely guarded secret as he prepares for tomorrow's sudden-death playoff against the Panthers.
The Courier Mail believes the signing will be announced once Brisbane's season comes to an end.
The St George Illawarra Dragons and Newcastle Knights had also been chasing Blair's signature.
Whangarei-born Blair has played 246 NRL games between the Melbourne Storm, Wests Tigers and Brisbane Broncos, along with 41 Tests for the Kiwis.
Meanwhile the Warriors are also expected to announce the signing of Peta Hiku on a three-year deal in the coming days.
Hiku, a former junior Warrior was granted a release by Super League club, the Warrington Wolves on compassionate grounds over the weekend.
Both players will join Tohu Harris, Leivaha Pulu and Gerard Beale as new Warriors signings for next season.