Curtis Wilson joined the Knights ranks in Sepetember 2017 having spent the early part of the season with Sheffield Tigers after a short stint with Championship Rugby League side Sheffield Eagles.
The Sheffield local spent the 2016/17 campaign at Vallis Way with Ealing Trailfinders and finished the season as the club’s leading try-scorer with 11 tries in all competition including in the Trailfinders play-off semi-final victory at Headingley.
The former England Under 18 winger began his pro career at Yorkshire Carnegie making his first team debut in the 2011/12 season and went on to score eight tries in 18 appearances for the Tykes before a spell on loan with Rotherham Titans.
Wilson was an instant hit at Clifton Lane and made his move permanent under the tutelage of Lee Blackett ahead of the 2013/14 campaign. The speedster made 55 appearances over a three-year spell with the Titans scoring 24 tries in the process.
The 25-year-old scored six tries in only 16 starts last season and will look to make the wing position his own this campaign.
Notably, the winger scored his first hat-trick for the club against London Scottish in a 20-36 away win.