Danny Brough‘s proposed move from Wakefield to Huddersfield is still far from finalised, much to the scrum-half’s frustration.
Huddersfield have been trying to thrash out a deal for the former Scotland international after Wakefield gave them permission to speak to the ex-Hull and Castleford man last week.
However, it is believed the deal has been held up by a disagreement regarding the player-plus cash deal amongst the directors of Wakefield.
Brough said: “There’s a lot of messing about, and I don’t know who is doing what. I’ve heard the Huddersfield deal might be off, but I don’t know why.
“I just want to be playing and I’m not particularly bothered who for at the moment. I don’t even know where I’ll be training this week!
“I’m honestly sick of it now. I trained all week with Wakefield, apart from Saturday, when they didn’t want me in. If I have to stay at Wakefield, fine. I’ll stay and finish my contract.”
Huddersfield are believed to be trying to negotiate a player swap to enable them to stay within the salary cap. Brough has also been linked with a move to Catalans, after they confirmed the release of stand-off Adam Mogg yesterday.