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The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs wish to confirm that Jacob Loko has joined the Club.

The 21-year-old has arrived at the Bulldogs from the Parramatta Eels to continue his rehabilitation from a knee injury that has seen him sidelined since the start of the season.

Loko has played 23 matches in the NRL since making his debut for the Eels in Round 5 of season 2011.

Chief Executive Raelene Castle believes a fresh start and a new environment will give Loko the best opportunity to get back to his best.

“It’s been well documented the troubles Jacob has had with injury but we think that with a change in his approach to rehabilitation we could see the best from here in the blue and white,” Castle said.

“We have seen how much of a damaging player he is when he burst on to the scene and we hope he can back to that form here at Belmore.”