The Gold Coast Titans insist fringe five-eighth Beau Henry is in their future plans as the club moved closer to signing playmaker Albert Kelly.
Kelly is expected to notify the Titans of his intentions within a week but it is likely the former Parramatta Eels, Cronulla Sharks and Newcastle Knights half will ink a deal with the Gold Coast.
His possible arrival has clouded the situation for Henry, who the Titans signed midway through 2011.
Henry is a former Toyota Cup player of the year and is contracted until the end of 2013 but failed to play an NRL match this year.
The Titans have a set halves pairing with skipper Scott Prince and emerging five-eighth Aidan Sezer.
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