Wakefield forward Keegan Hirst says he’s unsure what the future holds as nears the end of his contract at Trinity.
Hirst, 31, is in his third season at Wakefield, having previously spent his career in the lower leagues with Batley, Featherstone, Dewsbury and Hunslet.
He said: “I’ve a couple of irons in the fire. There’s not been an offer from Wakefield yet and I don’t know whether there will be.
“I’m just keeping my head down and trying to keep on playing. There’s a bit of rugby to be played yet.
“I really like it at Wakefield but we’ll have to see what happens.”
Hirst has made 64 appearances for Wakefield, scoring one try.