KEIGHLEY Cougars have continued to plan for the future by bolstering their ranks.

Aaron Levy has put pen to paper on a two-year contract with the Cougars Park club.

The youngster was sidelined last month after having his appendix removed.

He become the seventh member of the existing Cougars squad to commit their future to the club. The others have included Benn Hardcastle, Taylor Prell and Alfie Seeley.

Meanwhile, Cougars have signed Danny King has joined the club on a week-by-week basis from Betfred Championship side Dewsbury Rams.

The 21-year-old second row has previously been on the books at Bradford Bulls.

He has made three appearances for Dewsbury this season, two as substitute, and all in the Coral Challenge Cup.

It has been another eventful week at Cougar Park following the sacking of head coach Craig Lingard.

Phil Larder, who was coach during the days of Cougarmania in the mid-1990s, this week returned to the club as director of coaching.

He will work alongside the club's existing coaches including Rhys Lovegrove.

Larder has extensive experience in both rugby codes including as England Rugby Union's defence coach under Sir Clive Woodward.