London Broncos head coach Joe Grima says there is 'no chance' Mason Caton-Brown will remain with the club next season but has already agreed two new signings for the 2015 campaign.

The 21-year-old outside back has excelled for the Broncos this term and has run in 11 tries in 17 outings, including five in his last five.

To that end, Grima does not expect to retain the services of one of his key players for next season.

"There's no chance he'll stay at the Broncos," Grima told the club's website.

Recruitment has already begun for the 2015 season, with two new additions in place, whilst hopes remain high the Broncos will retain Kieran Dixon's services next season.

"We've agreed and signed two Australian NRL players to come over for next year," revealed Grima.

"We're actively recruiting and targeting players that can play Super League and if things happen differently we're certainly going to have some quality players wherever we are."

Turning his attention to the future of 21-year-old Dixon, who has missed the entire season to date through injury, Grima said: "We're still in negotiations with Kieran (Dixon), he's talking to a number of clubs and we're just going through the process with his agent.

"Kieran's coming through a pretty horrendous injury but he's six weeks ahead of schedule and should be available for selection, given the surgeon okays him, in about five weeks but there's no doubt in the world that we'd love to have Kieran at our club in whatever competition we play in," admitted the Australian.