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Titans High Performance Manager, Klint Hoare has said that all of the Titans young stars will be fit and ready to go for pre-season come November.

"Greg Marzhew, Sam McIntyre - there is a couple there that we decided we will keep out of the Queensland Cup competition, which allows them to freshen up, regenerate and get away from the Apollo bubble as well and then come back and have a full pre-season," Hoare said.

For Marzhew it was his debut in the NRL and McIntyre has finished his first season as a Titan and by not playing Intrust Super Cup both players are allowed to return to training earlier under the RLPA rules.

“It was his debut in the NRL for Greg Marzew so it gives him an opportunity now to go and reset and refocus ready to go for 2022."

Fan favourite, Jayden Campbell, is also in for a big off-season with his 80kg frame to have some bulk added ahead of the 2022 Premiership.

"Jayden Campbell knows he needs to increase his physicality.

“For us as a HP (high-performance) unit we want to put weight on him.

"We want good lean muscle to allow him to not lose his acceleration and speed.

"We will put some weight on him over the off-season.

Titans new recruit Paul Turner will also suit up in Gold Coast colours for the first time come pre-season and Hoare says he is recovering well from a shoulder injury.

"Paul Turner came from the Warriors and had a shoulder reconstruction but by Christmas he will be ready to go for all contact sessions."

The other young gun to keep an eye on next season is Jojo Fifita.

The flyer has had back to back shoulder operations, but is on track to be in full training by Christmas and with speed to burn there is plenty for Titans fans to be excited by.

“Jojo Fifita … second reco (shoulder reconstruction) in 18 months … he will be back on the 1st of November and by Christmas he should be doing full contact."