Cory Paix is determined to do whatever is needed to reach his next goal – that of making an NRL debut.
The Toowoomba product has already represented the Qld under-20s Origin team, and at just 19 is eligible again for that State side this year.
A natural half, Paix has been training hard at building some variety into his game to extend his worth to the team by being able to cover other positions.
His attitude is clear - he will do whatever it takes.
"My goal this year is to get a debut and that is something I want to push towards," he said.
"It is something I have been working really hard towards the last few months.
"It's my goal for me - if that doesn't happen, I am going to go back to the feeder club I am at and work really hard.
"If I get the opportunity I want to go in full guns blazing, wherever I get a shot; whether that is in the halves or at hooker or coming off the bench and being a lock or something.
In his second NRL pre-season, Paix now has the benefit of a full year of Intrust Super Cup behind him.
And with the Broncos' first trial matches to take place on the weekend of February 14, the time to impress is drawing near.
"It is always good to be playing footy - I am sure the boys are sicking of running up and down the field at the moment," he said.
"We are all itching to go and the trials are coming soon - all the boys are looking forward to it."