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Cowboys centre Tautau Moga is eager to put a full pre-season to good use and cement a place in the North Queensland backline in 2015.

Tautau Moga has set himself the task of playing NRL for Brisbane after signing a two-year contract with the club.

The Broncos have inked a deal with the Samoan international as the club continues to add depth to the squad's backline. Moga joins David Mead (Titans) and Moses Pangai (Townsville Blackhawks) as recruitments in the outside backs with Benji Marshall's signing expected to be announced in coming days.

Moga said he was happy to be returning home to play for the Broncos.

"I am really pleased to be back in Brisbane and am aiming to get myself back in the NRL regularly," he said.

"I am very thankful for the opportunity and can’t wait to get into the pre-season with my new teammates."


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