Warrington Wolves coach Tony Smith hasn’t ruled out a foray into the market to replace Leeds Rhinos-bound dummy-half Brad Dwyer.
With Morgan Smith waiting in the wings to permanently replace Dwyer, Smith has a choice whether to stick by the youngster as his second choice to Daryl Clark or bring in a more experienced operator.
Dwyer hasn’t played in the Wolves’ last three games but Smith had nothing but praise for the 24-year-old.
“Brad Dwyer goes with our blessing. He’s been a tremendous competitor for us,” Smith told the Warrington Guardian.
“We could possibly be in the market for a new hooker.
“We’ve got young Morgan Smith coming through and he’s doing really well, but we will continue looking.”