Broncos forward David Fifta has downplayed his rising status, stating he isn’t worth a $1 million price tag.
The 19-year old comes off contract at the end of 2020 and can begin negotiating with rival clubs from November 1.
But the teenage sensational has put a lid on the hype and isn’t yet thinking about his future.
“I’m not a $1 million player. I have one more year with the Broncs and we’ll see what happens after that,” Fifita told nine.com.au.
“I’ve listened to (the talk) but it goes in one ear and out the other. I don’t buy into it.
“She’ll make the call, and she’ll make the right one. She does everything for me. Whatever she says goes.
“They (the Broncos) know what they’re doing. That’s their job. I’ll worry about mine on the field.”
Broncos skipper Darius Boyd said re-signing Fifita should be a key priority for the club.
“Yeah, definitely. He’s only still 19 years of age which is pretty crazy to think about,” Boyd told Macquarie Sports Radio.
“Some of the things he’s already achieved in such a young career, (and) he’s only going to get better.
“I think the club’s No.1 thing is to lock-up Dave long-term, for sure.”
Fellow Broncos teammate Payne Haas was equally keen to see Fifita remain in Brisbane beyond next season.
“We all want him to stay but it is his decision,” Haas said. “I’m really close mates with him.
“We had a chat and I’ve already told him, whatever decision he makes, I’ll be happy for him and support him.
“Hopefully we keep him. If we don’t, I know everyone will be pretty gutted but he has to do what is best for him and his family.
“He has a pretty good head on him for a guy his age He knows what he is doing and he’ll keep a level head.”