With literally millions of dollar of players off-contract at the end of 2018, clubs will be looking to lock their star players (or future star players) into long-term contracts. It’s inevitable that players will move clubs however there are some players that just cannot be replaced.

Below is a look at the one player your club must re-sign. This doesn’t have to reflect the biggest name off contract but more-so the player I believe each club should pull out all the stops to ensure they do not move clubs.

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Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – APRIL 23: Brett Morris of the Bulldogs looks dejected after defeat during the round eight NRL match between the Wests Tigers and the Canterbury Bulldogs at ANZ Stadium on April 23, 2017 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Mark Kolbe/Getty Images)

Brett Morris

In terms of genuine first-grade talent, the Dogs have signed most of their squad to long-term deals. Both Morris twins are off-contract and despite their age should be the number one targets for contract renewals. Brett edges out his brother in terms of the most valuable due to his versatility.

An incumbent Origin winger, he can also play fullback which may come in handy is Mbye struggles in his return to the position. The fact Morris has also retired from rep footy means his only focus will be on the Dogs.

At 31 he still a few seasons left in him yet.

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