Harlequins Rugby League's new back row forward will mix the brutal with the beautiful, according to his new boss.
Quins have nabbed former Manly Sea Eagles star Luke Williamson on a two-year deal, and he is expected to arrive in October to begin pre-season training in November.
But Quins boss Brian MacDermott knows what to expect already.
He said: "We are very pleased and excited about adding Luke Williamson's name to our squad for next year.
"He will bring a fair amount of grunt blended with the ability to play a bit.
"On top of that, his personality suits what we have going on down here in London."
Williamson, 30, has played more than 200 games in seven years for Manly, who released him a year early so he could leave Australia for Quins. In an 11-year career which has also taken in Adelaide Rams and Canberra Raiders, versatile Williamson has also played at centre, standoff, loose forward, second row and hooker.
He said: "I have always wanted to play in the Super League and Challenge Cup, and look forward to competing at the highest level."
Quins had no game last weekend, but see out their Super League season on Sunday when they host Catalans Dragons (3pm).
Henry Paul will be fit to play in his farewell game before returning to rugby union, following minor surgery on his shoulder.
Meanwhile, although Quins failed to make the play-offs, their reserves have qualified for the first-time ever and will play Warrington Wolves before the Catalans game (12.30pm).