Scotland winger Alex Hurst is still without a club for the 2014 season, just a month after scoring a try against New Zealand in the World Cup quarter-finals.
Hurst, 23, was released by London Broncos at the end of last season, and has been training by himself since the World Cup, where he played all four games for the Bravehearts.
He said: “I’m keeping fit, doing my own stuff, but it’s hard to keep that going to the level required.
“I’ve had some inquiries from a couple of Championship clubs but none of them were right for me as this stage of my career. I would love to play in Super League again but wouldn’t rule anything out.”
Hurst, who has previously played for Salford and Swinton, earned a trial at the Broncos last autumn following his performances for Scotland in the European Cup.
He did enough to earn a permanent deal in the capital, but lost his place in a struggling side and ended up turning out for London Skolars on dual-registration.