Lebanon playmaker Mitchell Moses is hoping to impress potential NSW Blues coach Brad Fittler, with a strong showing at the upcoming World Cup.
Fittler will get a first look at the new and improved Moses when he runs out for the Cedars against France on Saturday afternoon.
Moses knows the opportunity that presents itself to him with Fittler in camp.
"If I keep playing the footy I was playing towards the end of the year, that stuff will sort itself out. We'll see what happens," Moses said.
"I grew up idolising Freddie, he was one of the best five-eighths in the game.
"Whatever advice he can give me, I'm really going to listen in this camp.
"I'll take a lot out of this; whatever he has to say, I'll be listening.
"I'm not looking at it as in he's going to get the Blues job, I'll look at it as him being a world-class coach and a world-class player when he was playing.
"Whatever advice he has for me, I'll take in on board."