Victor Radley is still eligible for another two years in the Holden Cup, but after his performance in Sunday's 30-28 grand final win, his time might be limited.
Scoring yet another long-range match-winner, NYC Roosters winger Johnny Tuivasa-Sheck says his side never lost belief despite trailing by 22 at half-time.
How did the Roosters overcome injuries and the scoreboard to down the heavily-favoured Panthers? NRL.com looks back on an enthralling Holden Cup grand final.
Down 28-6 at half-time, the NYC Roosters have come from behind to seal a Holden Cup grand final for the ages, defeating the Panthers on Sunday afternoon.
The Roosters have secured the services of Manly young gun Liam Knight from the Sea Eagles and Wyong Roos forward Zane Tetevano.
As we edge closer to the 2016 decider, Justin Hodges recalls his grand final memories, having been on both sides of the equation at two different clubs.
Penrith are gunning for back-to-back Holden Cup titles while the Roosters are searching for their first ever NYC crown in what shapes as an intriguing clash.
A moment of brilliance from Johnny Tuivasa-Sheck and Joseph Manu helped seal a remarkable victory for the NYC Roosters who had the support of an NRL champion.
The Roosters have progressed to the Holden Cup grand final for the first time in the club's history with a come-from-behind win over the Dragons.
Roosters firebrand Dylan Napa insists he has learned from his mistakes following his selection in the Prime Minister's XIII.