Nathan Peats has given an update on his future, following speculation that the hooker could be headed for Hull FC.
Peats, 30, arrived from the Gold Coast Titans on a short-term deal at the Leigh Sports Village midway through the 2021 season.
However, that didn’t work out and a loan deal with Huddersfield Giants came about, where he excelled for the remainder of the season.
Giants boss Ian Watson spoke highly of the hooker, but confessed that salary cap restraints would mean that the hooker – despite his increasing reputation at the John Smith’s Stadium – would not be kept on the club’s books.
That has since led to speculation that Peats could be heading for Hull FC to work with Brett Hodgson, but the Black and Whites have already signed Joe Lovodua as hooker for 2022 from the South Sydney Rabbitohs.
But, Peats has revealed that he has not signed anywhere as things stand.
“I’m still waiting to sort my future out, nothing has happened as yet” said Peats.
“I’m not sure what’s going to happen yet, but I’d like to stay in Super League if someone wants me.”
The hooker initially joined the Centurions from the Gold Coast Titans after making over 150 NRL appearances for the South Sydney Rabbitohs, Parramatta Eels and then the Titans, but he failed to settle at the Leigh Sports Village.