Thanks to a post on social media, Tuimoala Lolohea has told the world he's at Broncos headquarters in Brisbane.
The Warriors utility posted a photo late yesterday on his Instagram account with the writing, "What am I doing here," drawn on the top of a photo outside the Broncos training facility in Red Hill.
Naturally, the rumours are flying with some suggesting Lolohea is looking to side with Wayne Bennett's club.
With the incoming Kieran Foran, and the return of fullback Roger Tuivasa-Sheck next year, Lolohea's spot on the Warriors roster looks to be somewhat relegated.
However, Warriors CEO Jim Doyle assured last week that Lolohea would be staying at the Auckland-based club and wouldn't be granted an early release.
Analysts from both Australia and New Zealand have struggled to find where Lolohea might slot into the new look Warriors side, though it is clear his services are still heavily desired.
The Broncos reportedly took a shot at Lolohea back in July when rumours emerged from Fox Sports' Lara Pitt that five clubs had approached Lolohea offering him a starting position.
That came when McFadden chose to bench the star until the 82nd minute in a golden point loss to Manly.
Lolohea is currently a part of the Kiwis squad which will compete in the Four Nations later this month.