Jamie Langley says that he wants to stay with Bradford, despite the uncertainty surrounding his future.
Langley, 29, is currently the club’s longest-serving player, but he is out of contract at the end of the season and has yet to be offered a new deal.
The former England international is understood to be one of the club’s highest earners but he is remaining positive about the situation.
“I’d like to think there’s always a chance I could stay at Bradford,” Langley told the Telegraph and Argus.
“There’s still a bit more time yet but I probably would have liked it sorted last month to be honest. The more it drags on, the more stressful it becomes.
“I just want to concentrate on playing rugby and not have to worry about all the other stuff that comes with it.
“Unfortunately, that’s the predicament that you sometimes find yourselves in but I’ve just got to keep looking at the positives.
“I’ve played well all year and my performances have been good. My body is still feeling good and I’ve just got to keep doing what I’m doing.
“Ultimately it’s not my decision – it’s out of my hands – but all I can do is keep performing.”