But before he takes up his new position Volley has someoutstanding work to do for his London side - namely helping the English champions beatFrance's reigning European titleholders Toulouse in the May 23 final atTwickenham.
"He's a versatile player," said Gajan, who made thesigning with a view to strengthening his squad for next season's European Cup.
Meanwhile, ailing two-time European championsLeicester Tigers look set to sign Wales highly-rated fly-half Stephen Jonesaccording to sources from his Welsh side Llanelli Scarlets.
The 26-year-old's contract comes to an end at the end of thiscampaign and he has been subject to bids from England and France but the Tigerslook to have won the race after they sought a replacement for formerSpringbok Jaco Van der Westhuyzen who is on his way to Japanese side NEC .
Leicester met with the 40-times capped Jones last Wednesday todiscuss a deal. "The WRU and regions are doing their best to secure playersto make sure they stay in Wales," Jones told BBC Wales' Scrum V programme.
"But if you look to English and French clubs they have hugegates every other week and you can understand why they are throwing a lot ofmoney around."
Jones's impressive showings in the World Cup and then the SixNations - in which he finished top scorer with 55 points - made him one of themost sought
The painful state of their finances and their inability to offerattractive packages to their players was put into perspective by Scarletsdirector of rugby Gareth Jenkins. "There are players within my squad who have been offered hugeamounts of money to play in England," Jenkins said.
"That's a big concern because we cannot match them. We do nothave the money - it's as simple as that.
"Stephen has got a decision to make that will affect the restof his life. He knows what he's got here. He understands what this clubhas given him and what it can offer him."
It is a worrying time for Welsh rugby and its five fledglingregional sides. The English and French clubs look set to sign the best players ina manner not seen since rugby league scouts stripped the Valleys during theamateur days.
Wales record try-scorer Gareth Thomas is close to agreeing a200,000 pounds a season move to European champions Toulouse, although his presentside Celtic Warriors will receive a transfer fee as he is still under contract.
However Welsh speedster Shane Williams has rejected overtures fromFrance and decided to stay on for another three years with Neath-SwanseaOspreys.
AFP - 2004.