The following year he made eight first team appearances for the Dragons as well as playing 12 games for Toulouse Olympique in the Championship. Gigot is no stranger to the capital having had a short spell with Harlequins RL but didn't play first team football.
He joined the Avignon Bisons in the French domestic competition for the 2012/13 season but was granted early release at the start of 2013 so he could travel to Australia. Gigot eventually signed a one year deal with the Cronulla Sharks. He also represented France in the 2013 World Cup
Commenting on his latest recruit London Broncos head coach Tony Rea said: "Tony is a player who has an opportunity to take advantages of his experiences. He comes to London following a year in Australia steering the Cronulla Sharks Premiership-winning NSW Cup team and a World Cup campaign with France.
"He has been here before as a young man. We look forward to him working hard and taking on the Super League season."