Manu Vatuvei will receive the ultimate accolade tonight, with the Warriors' stadium to be renamed in his honour.
For the clash against the Panthers, the Penrose venue will be known as `Manu Vatuvei Stadium' to mark his contribution to the club.
It was confirmed on Monday that Vatuvei will be leaving the Warriors, after more than a decade at the Auckland NRL franchise.
The 31-year-old will see out the rest of his career at Salford in the English Super League, after gaining an early release from his Warriors contract.
Newstalk ZB presents Manu Vatuvei through the years.
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