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Preston Campbell, in Titans colours, with boots laced up.

The 43-year-old isn't making a remarkable comeback, but he will have an important role to play for the Gold Coast side in 2021.

The inaugural player signed at the Titans will return as a player mentor and Club ambassador this season.

He says he's been given a very simple job description.

"All they (the Titans) want me to do is come and be Preston," he said.

"Anything outside of that, I'm happy to do whatever it is.

"I'll run the boys water, I'll tie their laces if I need to but it's basically just hanging around the Club and showing my face.

"It's pretty flexible, I'll do some on-field stuff, do some stuff within the team and I'll do some stuff within the Club, obviously they do a lot in community so I'll have a presence there.

Campbell, who played 267 NRL games, started (Gold Coast Chargers) and finished (Gold Coast Titans) his career on the Coast.

He says he's excited about being back around the playing group and believes he can help the younger players by sharing the experience he gained across an incredible 14-year career.

"To be able to spend more time on the Gold Coast and to be able to do something I love doing, it has come at a really good time," Campbell said.

"I decided (to take up the role) at the end of last year, and given the year we had last year, it put a lot of things into perspective.

"I know I've played here and I've played a bit of rugby league but sometimes it does feel a little bit un-nerving coming in to a rugby league club and it's something very different to what I've been doing over the last ten years.

"It did feel a bit strange putting the shirt back on but it didn't take me long to get back into things.

"To be back in it, to be honest I was a little bit anxious, but the boys have made it really comfortable for me.

Campbell's role will see him provide player mentor support, assist coaching staff where required, work on payer leadership development and work with the coaching staff to support cultural development.