Luke Robinson is confident that his testimonial game between Huddersfield and Bradford will go ahead on Sunday at the John Smith’s Stadium.
With the Bulls’ future still in some doubt, with new details emerging seemingly every day about what the future migh thold for the club, the game had looked in some doubt.
“All the noises I’m hearing is that the game will still take place,” said Robinson, according to the Huddersfield Examiner.
“Obviously, nothing can be confirmed one way or another at this stage, but there’s more than enough to suggest that I should keep all my plans in place for this weekend.
“The last few months have clearly been very difficult for the Bradford club, and I’m gutted with the way things have been going for the Bulls.
“But I’m also finding it tough in terms of trying to arrange my benefit game against them. For the last few months, everything has been all over the place.
“To say I’d be devastated if the game didn’t go ahead would be an understatement.
“A testimonial game is massive for the player involved, and it’s a wonderful chance for that player to show their appreciation to the fans for their support over the years.
“If everything does go according to plan, Sunday should be a great day all round.”