Returning fan favourite Shaun Johnson is in line to become the first Vodafone Warriors player to crack the 1000-point mark when he resumes his career with the club in 2022.
Back with his original club after three years with Cronulla Sutherland, the 31-year-old halfback will begin his second stint with the Vodafone Warriors needing just 83 points to hit four figures.
Now boasting 1180 points from his career total of 206 appearances, Johnson finished his first eight seasons with the Vodafone Warriors with 917 points from 162 games, comfortably ahead of previous top points scorer Stacey Jones (674). He has twice scored 26 points in a match for the club and he also had 20 points in a game twice.
The Vodafone Warriors are one of only three current clubs without a player who has reached the 1000-point mark, the others being St George Illawarra (Jamie Soward 977 points) and Gold Coast (Scott Prince 719 points).
After assuming goal kicking duties in his third NRL campaign in 2013, Johnson topped 100 points in eight straight seasons before the streak ended this year when he played just 10 times.