Veteran centre Willie Talau is to leave Salford at the end of the season and hang up his boots.
The Samoan-born centre, 34, is returning Down Under to start a new life outside of rugby league after two seasons at Salford.
He said: “I’ve thought about it a lot and this is going to be my last season.
“It’s another chapter in my life and a chapter I’m pretty much looking forward to.
“The only association I think I’ll have with rugby league when I go back is that I’ve got three young boys that play and I’ll be a dad on the sidelines watching.”
“It’s my last season you set yourself a reputation, not only among the fans, but most importantly the players.
“I would like to go out on a high and on a personal level still playing good rugby.
“The play-offs are a goal of ours and a goal of everyone associated with the club and that would be something special to achieve.”