Kangaroos had added a new face on board with Hayden Murphy expected to increase the club's depth for 2020.
New president Peter Hurst is pleased to have him on board.
Murphy played junior football with Maroochydore Swans and moved to Wagga for work.
The 25-year-old is expected to slot in the centres or the second row.
"I think he's been here, there and everywhere," Hurst said.
"We're looking to add to the portfolio of players we want to going forward in terms of culture in the club.
"We don't want to buy a premiership but support the young cohort that is there."
However Roos are still on the hunt for a halfback.
Hurst believes an experienced head would help foster the club's junior base.
"We've got current halves but a quality halfback just means so much to teams with direction and stuff like that," he said.
"In saying that we want to keep developing everyone we have in the club.
"We had a strong under 19s team that go into reserve grade this year but we want to have them as a development squad as well.
"We just don't want to park them and say you are only playing reserve grade until you retire but there's depth in the club and a pathway to play reserve grade."
Kangaroos had added in new coach Hayden Ashcroft as well as fellow forward Craig Field this season but have lost last year's coach Glenn Dumbrell, Warren Lloyd and Dana Ratu.
Kangaroos are also yet to confirm if massive front rower Saul Houma will be back for a second season.
The Wagga side finished sixth last with seven wins and a draw to their credit but they were seven points adrift of fifth place.