Hull FC’s signing of winger Darnell McIntosh seemed to ensure the departure of USA international Bureta Faraimo.
It has been speculated for months that the 31-year-old will be joining former boss Lee Radford at Castleford, but that has yet to be confirmed.
And, Hull FC head coach Brett Hodgson refused to draw on that after being asked whether McIntosh’s arrival pushes Faraimo out of the picture.
“I’m not going to comment on that, the news will come out in its own time when the time is right,” Hodgson said.
The Hull boss was also keen to praise the outgoing Jack Logan for his time spent at the MKM Stadium in his second spell.
“We were honest with Jack that he would not play some games which he was available for,” Hodgson added.
“The COVID break we hd as a club hurt his chances of playing for us more, but he’s got the opportunity to go to a full-time environment at Leigh and we couldn’t promise him the same things.
“It seemed silly for us to keep him here when he could play more.”
Hull FC travel to Warrington on Sunday aiming to record their first in four games.