Josh McCrone will be back in Temora colours for the first time 16 years after committing to the Dragons for the 2021 season.
With the demise of the Toronto Wolfpack's Super League aspirations, the 33-year-old has confirmed he will line up for his junior club next season.
However his complete role is yet to be determined.
"We have to work it all out but I'd say I'll be doing some sort of coaching," McCrone said.
"I think there will be a couple of us doing it so it won't be a one-man job."
McCrone, who played 161 NRL games and three games for Country, returned to Group Nine straight from the English Super League midway through the shortened season after linking with Young.
He helped the Cherrypickers to a preliminary final appearance but taking on his junior club was never a viable option for the playmaker.
McCrone and his Wolfpack teammates haven't been paid for the last six months however after relocating his young family to Temora due to the coronavirus crisis has had some unexpected bonuses.
"In a perfect world I thought I'd finish up playing for the Wolfpack and then head straight back down the coast but with COVID there are positives out of every situation and it is good we can spend a little bit of time out here around family and get another play for Temora again which is exciting," McCrone said.
Temora did not take part in the 2020 season due, but have a new-look committee in place as they look to reboot rugby league in the town.
McCrone's commitment is a big bonus for the club and he's hoping they can attract more talent back to the club.
"We need to get a few of the locals back playing and get some interest in it again," he said.
"It's a bit shortsighted to say just because I'm here everything is going to do as there is still a lot of work to do and people to get back."
The Super League voted against allowing the Wolfpack back into the Super League next season under new ownership.
McCrone, who captained the side which featured the likes of Sonny Bill Williams, believes it is a missed opportunity to expand the game.
"I wasn't shocked but I was surprised," he said.
"It seems a bit silly if people are willing to invest money in the game and you keep turning them away.
"The first bloke (David Argyle) put how many million into it and then someone else (Carlo LiVolsi) wants to come in and do the same.
"I think it is a bit ridiculous to turn them away.
"Especially when the TV broadcast deal the whole game survives on over there is only going to get smaller
"The game needs to get bigger to survive but I think there was a bigger agenda there and the Wolfpack didn't fit their agenda."