Leon Haslam will race for his fifth different World Superbike manufacturer after signing for Red Devils Aprilia.

A Ten Kate Honda rider during the past two injury-interrupted seasons, the Englishman is looking forward to a fresh start on the title-winning RSV4.

"I am happy to join the Team Red Devils Roma," Haslam said. "I've had a few difficult years, also due to various injuries, but I'm sure that next year we can make a great season. Our aim is to achieve the top positions and I believe we can count on my personal experience, plus a great team of professionals and on the evolution of the 2014 winning bike."

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Team General Manager Andrea Petricca added: "I'm really pleased to have reached this agreement with Leon, who is totally aligned to our project, which aims for increasingly ambitious results. Leon is an expert rider and this will support us to run the next season at the highest level. We are confident about the real chance to get the best results."

Sylvain Guintoli won this year's title on an RSV4, but is switching to Pata Honda after Aprilia closed its factory team to concentrate on MotoGP.

Haslam raced Ducati WSBK machinery in 2004, Honda in 2009, Suzuki in 2010, BMW in 2011-2012, the returned to Honda at the start of last year. Haslam was seventh in this year's championship, with one podium.

Toni Elias rode for Red Devils this season, claiming ninth in the world championship.