Toronto’s overseas stars, including Sonny Bill Williams, will report for training after the Christmas period.
The Wolfpack’s domestic players have got to grips with the rigours of the pre-season without their overseas colleagues, but will join up with them in the build-up to the big kick-off.
It comes in the wake of plans to significantly invest in the club’s training facilities at Hopwood Hall as the Wolfpack continue to build for the future.
It’s understood Toronto officials have been hard at work to help improve the club’s current UK-based facilities, while it’s understood that they are also set to use a leading Premier League club’s facilities in the coming weeks as part of the preparations for Super League.
In the meantime, a documentary based on the club will be aired on FreeSports over the festive period, focusing on their three-year rise to Super League.
As for dual-registration, there has yet to be any development.
The Wolfpack have been looking to find a lower-league partner for the 2020 season, with Widnes and Bradford two clubs mentioned as potential targets.
However, the Bulls appear to be heading towards a partnership with Hull FC.
The Wolfpack only have 22 contracted players at present.
The club still hopes to secure a return of Quinn Nagawati ahead of the start of the season.