Our flying Foxx brings up 100 NRL games on Friday night.
In his first 99 senior games he's produced countless highlights and has become renowned for his sensational pace and skill - the fastest man in the NRL is also one of the most thrilling to watch.
The 25-year-old has scored 12 tries from 15 appearances so far this season and represents Melbourne with pride and passion.
He's equally good value off the field. Always quick to offer a smile, his famous laugh reaches a room before he does and is a guaranteed mood lifter on a busy day at the club.
"I think Josh had only played eight first grade games with the Tigers before he came to us," head coach Craig Bellamy told media on Thursday.
Every opportunity that's presented itself he's grabbed it with both hands. He's passionate and he's also willing to work hard. We're really proud of what he's done at our club.Craig Bellamy On Josh Addo-Carr
"It's hard to believe but he was fairly quiet when he arrived - now he's one of the loudest and most outspoken players.
"On the field his talk and his chat out there is great for the team.
"He is a very proud Indigenous man and that makes him inspiring to be around.
"I know Josh and his partner are looking to move back to Sydney, but hopefully in the next couple of months he might change his mind.
"At the end of the day, we're really proud of him and the player he has become."