Dylan Walker is determined to go out on a high with Manly Sea Eagles, having agreed a deal with New Zealand Warriors from next season.
The 27-year-old centre has agreed a three-year contract with the Warriors, who are 15/2 to finish in the top four this season and 11/4 to secure a top-eight spot.
However, Walker is insistent that he will give his all during his final campaign with the Sea Eagles, with whom he has spent the last the last six years, having started his NRL career with South Sydney Rabbitohs.
He told his current club's official website: "Coming to Manly was one of the best decisions I've made. I’ve not only grown as a player, but as a person too. I know I will leave here as a better man.
"Playing for Manly has been an honour and is one I don't take lightly.
"We came so close last season to making the Grand Final and I am determined to ensure that my final season at Manly is a great and successful one."
Meanwhile, the Warriors are clearly looking forward to adding the Maori All Stars ace to their ranks, with general manager football Craig Hodges commenting: "He has proven himself among the competition's best and most consistent players over the last two seasons.
"He is a player very much on top of his game.
"He's a high-quality centre who can also play in the halves, at full-back and fill a role in the middle if required. Dylan's going to bring so much to our side from next season."