Lions and Wales international winger Alex Cuthbert is set to take up with Ospreys after this weekend’s Premiership final between Exeter Chiefs and Harlequins.
Cuthbert has spent the last three seasons with Exeter but seems excited to be returning home.
"I am really buzzing about this now it's done and I can't wait to put that Ospreys jersey on and put my best foot forward," he said.
"This is a really good opportunity to come back to Wales and speaking to Toby I really like the direction he wants to take the team."
The move will give Cuthbert a chance to earn more caps for Wales as he is currently unavailable for selection due to playing abroad without 60 Welsh caps under the belt.
"Alex is a proven performer at the highest level and he will bring with him his experience of playing Test rugby and experience with a team that has a proven winning mentality, having been Premiership and European Champions in 2020," said Ospreys boss Toby Booth.