France international full-back Tony Gigot has signed a new two-year contract with Catalans Dragons after his suspension by the French anti-doping agency was dismissed.
Gigot, 27, returned in 2017 after the two-year ban for an “inappropriate exchange” with an anti-doping officer was reduced to three months.
The suspension was then reinstated but finally quashed this month.
The former London Broncos player has scored 30 tries in 83 Dragons games.
“He adds real quality and strike to our backline,” coach Steve McNamara said.