Inglis will join former South Sydney teammate Jason Clark at Warrington and ensured he is not heading to England for a holiday, promising to put in the effort to help the side claim their first ever super league title.
Carney, that dealt with Inglis throughout his job with Newcastle Knights, anticipates the 33- year-old will certainly still have all the characteristics which have actually offered him so well throughout his profession, in spite of having actually not played because in 2014.
"I'm delighted to announce I'll be joining the Warrington Wolves in season 2021".
Inglis says he is delighted and can not wait to get over there and meet all the passionate Warrington fans.
"I've played over in England many times in representative footy and love how passionate and vocal the supporters are", Inglis said.
Unlike most, Walters is not in the least surprised that the former world player of the year and three-times grand final victor wants back in.
"To get the opportunity to live in the United Kingdom, to play for such a powerhouse club that I believe is on the rise is something I'm looking forward to and hopefully I can add value to the team".
Andrew Johns created a stir in Super League when he joined Warrington 15 years ago
Queensland coach Kevin Walters has left Maroons fans salivating at the prospect of Inglis making an Alfie Langer-style State of Origin encore straight out of Warrington.
Inglis will ensure added exposure for the game in the northern hemisphere when he joins Toronto Wolfpack star Sonny Bill Williams and Israel Folau in the Super League next season.
"This signing is a gift to every one of our fantastic members and partners who are now experiencing hard times", Warrington chief executive Karl Fitzpatrick said.
"We wanted to give everyone something to look forward to and to say thank you for their extraordinary loyalty. This deal has been done with a potential salary cap amendment in mind and it's been done because of his appetite and drive".
The deal to play next year will start one of the most awesome comebacks in rugby league history.
"I'm looking forward to working with him on a professional and personal level, and I'm excited to welcome him into our group".
'I just felt like I was failing myself but now I've got that drive and that mentality back in my head that I can deliver, ' he said. "I've come to terms with it", Inglis said previous year. No one else has called it. I get to work with the club and stay around Redfern and work with the boys and the community.