Olbison’s current deal with the Bulls expires at the end of the season, along with a lot of Bradford Bulls players, and has already made eight appearances this year.
However, despite being off contract in the near futurue, the second-rower has admitted that the club hold a special place in his heart.
“It’s similar to when you come through the ranks at your amateur team. To become a first-team player here is a proud thing to have done and I’ve been here for seven or eight years now,” Olbison told The Telegraph and Argus.
“To be honest, I try not to think about next year too much and I leave it to my agent. But I see Bradford as my club and would definitely like to stay here.”