The vacant halfback spot is up for grabs at the Gold Coast Titans, and the club has made their intentions clear on one possible candidate for the role – re-signing talented halfback Aidan Sezer until the end of the 2015 NRL season.
Sezer, who still had one year left remaining on his contract, made his debut in 2012 and played in a total of 18 first-grade games, winning the club's Rookie of the Year award.
Sezer will be looking to build on his solid season and avoid the dreaded second-year syndrome, with Titans CEO David May pleased to see the club retain a talented half like Sezer.
â€œAidan showed just what he is capable of last season so we are delighted to have him staying with the club long-term,” said May.
â€œImportantly his signing gives the club stability in the halves and enables us to retain one of our most promising young talents.
â€œWe are excited about what the future holds for Aidan.”
At just 21, Sezer had an immediate impact for the Titans in the halves and that impact was evident from the start, particularly given how he was thrust into the side.
â€œAidan was still on the comeback trail from a serious knee injury this time last year so it was great to see him live up to his potential by performing at the top level throughout last season,” said Cartwright.
â€œHe is still very young and Iâ€™m sure he has his best football in front of him. Now that he has his future secured, itâ€™s great that he can focus on developing his game with the Titans over the next three years.”