November 1st, one of the days every rugby league fan circles. It's the day that literally millions of dollars of talent become off-contract.
Titans and Origin superstar David Fifita is one of those players able to talk to opposition clubs come the first day of November.
Judging by reports this week, there is more than one club already preparing a massive bid to tempt the monster forward for 2024 and beyond.
With the salary cap set to rise and many clubs entering either a rebuild or a title window, Fifita will be highly sought after.
Here are the five most likely landing spots for David Fifita - the club he will represent come Round 1 2024.
Given the massive investment the Titans put into Fifita, you have to believe they'll be loath to let him leave. This despite an under-par 2022 season.
The Titans are in a rebuild right now. A rebuild they didn't even need 12 months ago but results this season dictate they now need to undertake.
Justin Holbrook may be looking to invest the million-or-so dollars Fifita is reportedly on. Whether that be in upgrading and extending his fullback or signing a marquee centre.
That said, to lose David Fifita, the very player the Titans have built around for a number of years now, would be admitting a complete re-set is required.
The Titans haven't gotten the most out of Fifita but when he is on, he's very much unstoppable. He's a weapon that only the Bulldogs (via the incoming Viliame Kikau) can match.
I can't see a world in which losing David Fifita can be spun as a positive. Only a massive signing on better value than Fifita would suffice.
The fact the Titans let Fifita remain unsigned as we head into October perhaps suggests they're not 100 per cent sold on their marquee player.
Perhaps they're going to have a cheeky dig at Cameron Munster before they sit down and talk figures with Fifita?