Hull KR have issued a statement regarding the development of Craven Park, in light of recent speculation linking them to a move to the KC Stadium.
The unlikely groundshare came to light last week, as Rovers continue to meet opposition over plans to build a new £8.2m north stand.
But chairman Nigel Hudgell remains hopeful that progress can be made at their current home, following positive talks with Hull City Council leader Steve Brady and East Hull MP Karl Turner.
The statement read: “There was plenty of positive dialogue and talks will remain ongoing between the club and the council in the immediate future with the aim being to move matters on as quickly as possible.
“The club remain committed to developing MS3 Craven Park in the long-term but until there are some definitives in place with a start date for the North Stand, all viable options will be actively explored.
“Fans can be assured we share their frustrations and any decisions that are made will be in full consultation with them and in the best interests of the long term sustainability of the club.”
Assem Allam, owner of the KC Stadium management company and Hull City, has previously said he would welcome Rovers’ move to the KC Stadium.