Salford’s star half-back Jackson Hastings says he has not signed anywhere yet for 2019 and will give his future considerable thought over the next few weeks.
Off-contract players can now hold contractual discussions with other clubs for 2020 after the window opened on Wednesday.
Hastings signed a one-year deal with the Red Devils at the end of last year after he guided the club to Super League survival following his move from Manly.
But the former Sydney Roosters playmaker was sought after by several clubs and rejected an offer from reigning champions Wigan before signing with Salford.
There is thought to be numerous interested parties again, with the 23-year-old currently joint second in the race for the Steve Prescott Man of Steel.
Speaking to Sky Sports, Hastings said: “I’ve got no update at this point in time. I obviously know that the club really want to keep me and that I’ve got a very big soft spot for the club.
“I’ve said numerous times that I wouldn’t be sitting in such a privileged position if wasn’t for Salford and I love the fans as much as they love me.
“There’s a lot that goes into making such a tough decision, as did my last decision to stay.
“So, I’ve got no update and I’ve definitely not signed anywhere. It’s a working process and that’s all up to my management and where fits best.
“I’m in no rush, I suppose I’ve just got to do what’s best for me. I love the club and there’s obviously going to be other options out there, but I’ve just got to take time to think about it, consult the right people and go from there.”