While the annual NRL market frenzy is set to kick off in the coming weeks, we have taken a look internally to see who your club should lock down before they look externally.
2. Canberra Raiders
Just one game shy of racking up 100 caps with the green machine, dynamic winger Jordan Rapana goes into 2019 with a point to prove having returned from major shoulder surgery and without a contract for next season.
The more consistent half of the dangerous 'Leipana' duo, the value Rapana brings to his team cannot be understated. With the Kiwis representative acting as another forward when getting his team out of their own end, averaging an impressive 141 running metres per game over the past three seasons in the nation's capital.
Following Blake Ferguson's notable $1.5 million three-year deal at Parramatta, the market value for winger's has risen. However, after having told the Canberra Times that "Obviously I want to stay here - I just got engaged, the missus is from here and this has become my home-away-from-home … so ideally this is where I want to be," the Raiders appears to be in the box-seat to re-sign their prized asset.