Lee Briers says he wants to stay at Warrington despite reports of him signing a three-year deal with Barrow.
It was reported in the national press earlier this week that the stand off had signed for the Championship club for next season.
But Briers says he has not started to talk about his future beyond his current contract at the Wolves, which expires at the end of this season.
He said: “Obviously it’s always in the back of your mind but I’ve just been trying to concentrate on my rugby and I’ve not thought too much about it.
“It would be nice to stay at Warrington but the club might want to go in a different direction, you never know. We haven’t started to talk about it yet.”
Briers, 30, has been hit by criticism this season but bounced back with a man of the match display in Friday’s 58-22 hammering of Bradford at Odsal.
He has also been linked with Halifax and Widnes, where former Wolves boss Paul Cullen is in charge.