The 25-year old is currently part of the England Saxons squad and is widely regarded as one of the top young props in the country.
Capped by England at full international level in 2010, Mullan’s progress at international level was slowed through injury, however last summer he kick-started his international career again strongly, touring with the senior England squad to South Africa and starting both midweek matches that produced two fine victories.
More recently, he earned himself a call-up into the England EPS squad as an injury replacement during the Autumn International series and he came off the bench for the England Saxons last weekend.
Mullan said: “I have had a great eight years at Worcester and leaving your home town Club is always hard. However I felt the time was right for a new challenge and I am looking forward to joining up with London Wasps next season. As a Club with lots of other aspiring young English players, I hope to be part of a successful side there in the coming years.”
London Wasps Director of Rugby Dai Young said: “Matt’s achieved plenty in his career to date but I believe there is a lot more to come from him. He will add to our growing base of young English talent at London Wasps and we’re pleased he will be with us from next season.”