CSU are exploring all avenues to make them more competitive in 2020.
Reddies failed to win a game last season, and have only won four games in the past four seasons, but returning coach Paul Hood is hoping a more concerted effort to attract new players to the club will pay dividends.
The club legend and former Bill Castle Medal winner is back for a second season as coach.
He hopes being more active early in the off-season can help turn around their results.
"We are a lot more proactive at the moment," Hood said.
"We've got ourselves our there in the market looking for some players a bit earlier than what he did last year so hopefully we can entice some decent players to our club before we get to far into the season."
After having two Englishman join the club last season, Reddies are once again looking to attract from international talent.
They are also looking to make the club a more attractive option for players arriving in the city.
"We've been in contact with people who organise players to come across from overseas and we are trying to identify some in Wagga a bit earlier and hopefully getting our foot in the door that," Hood said.
"We're looking at different avenues that we can exploit around Wagga and getting people coming to Wagga rather then them going to other clubs.
"We want to get our foot in the door rather than them just going straight to Waratahs or Ag College.
"We think it's been happening for a little while."
After linking with Reddies last season Jacob Holt will be back for a second season.
The club is also looking to bring some familiar faces back to the fold.
Hood knows the poor results can't continue if the club is going to sustain themselves in the long run.
It's been six seasons since the club qualified for finals, although they did win the last second tier premiership in 2015, and while finals isn't in their sights yet becoming more competitive certainly is.
"We have to at least be in the game going into the back end of the second half and make sure we're competitive for the full 80 minutes," Hood said.
"We are not expecting to turn the tables straight away but you want to be competitive.
"We can't be having the same season as we did last year."