The Canberra Raiders are reportedly set pull off a major off-season coup by signing premiership-winning centre Curtis Scott.
According to the Daily Telegraph, Scott is expected to be granted a release from the final two years of his contract in order to join the Raiders on a new deal.
Raiders coach Ricky Stuart couldn't be more excited with the prospect of signing the 22-year old, declaring he's "impressed in the young man."
"There's still some water flow yet," Stuart told the Daily Telegraph.
"But the club had an in-depth meeting with Curtis and his manager about moving to the Raiders last week.
"And I've got to say, I walked away impressed in the young man.
"I've got a job to make sure we keep improving our roster and Curtis would be a very valuable asset. He's a young, elite talent.
"And I've said before, it's important to keep having competition for positions right through our squad.
"We won't be resting on what happened last season, players and staff need to keep improving and I need to keep improving our squad.
"And so when the opportunity presented itself to talk to Curtis, I was straight on the phone to his manager.
Scott's agent Sam Ayoub confirmed the news and acknowledged there's a desire of switch hoping to take place.
"Talks are in the preliminary stages but there is a desire by both parties to progress it," he said.
"We will continue to talk this week.''