Will Pryce has taken Super League by storm since bursting onto the scene at the end of 2021.
As Huddersfield Giants struggled last season, head coach Ian Watson put his faith in youth – and it paid off handsomely.
Since then, Pryce has gone from strength to strength and, with the exception of a ten-match ban for a dangerous throw, the livewire playmaker has become one of the hottest prospects in world rugby league.
So much so, that the teenager has been attracting attention from a number of clubs, with NRL side Newcastle Knights among those chasing hard for Pryce.
Yet Pryce remains fully committed to Huddersfield until the end of his contract in 2023 – and perhaps even beyond.
“I’m not sure yet,” Pryce told the Yorkshire Post on his future.
“That’s not something for me to worry about. I’m only young and am playing rugby which is the main battle.
“The main thing for me is to try to play regular first-team rugby, something I’m still not doing yet.
“The focus for me at the moment is to make sure I’m playing my best rugby for Huddersfield and try to win something with the boys.”
Pryce made his return in Huddersfield’s superb away win over Catalans Dragons last weekend after missing out on the Challenge Cup Final and he picked up where he left off at the start of the season.