The Warriors have lost another top talent heading into the 2019 season with promising youngster Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad announcing he's left the club.
The 23-year-old joined the Kiwi club four years ago from the Storm but said on social media last night he and his tribe are off.
"The high and the lows of this game has been a great learning adventure for both me and my little tribe," he said on Instagram.
"Can’t thank the club, the fans and my family enough for everything that they’ve contributed to my time back home.
Nicoll-Klokstad, who earned seven NRL appearances for the club in 2017 but didn't feature last year, is headed to the Canberra Raiders.
"I'm looking forward to the opportunity that’s presented it self - will be challenging yet an enjoyable experience."
In his seven games, Nicoll-Klokstad picked up seven tries and averaged over 100m a game.
But his chances in the senior were severely damaged with the surge in form of Ken Maumalo and David Fusitu'a last year along with the arrival of veterans Peta Hiku and Gerard Beale.