Kristian Woolf addresses speculation that he is leaving St Helens at the end of the 2022 Super League season

Kristian Woolf has been a revelation since making the move to Super League with St Helens.

The Tonga national boss has won three Grand Finals in a row as well as one Challenge Cup, firmly etching his name into Saints’ folklore with some magnificent achievements.

However, lately there has been inklings Down Under that Woolf is being linked with the Dolphins – the NRL’s new side from 2023 under Wayne Bennett.

And, before Saints’ fixture with Hull FC on Friday night, Sky Sports pundit Jenna Brooks posed the question to Woolf about where his future lies, with the veteran coy.

“I’m not quite sure at this stage,” Woolf said.

“There are a few things for me to weigh up there but I love what this club offers and what this playing group do and that’s the most important thing.

“I would certainly be more than happy to keep with the playing group but there are a few things to consider at this time.”

Where Saints would go if Woolf does go remains to be seen, but he has certainly made a huge impact at the Totally Wicked Stadium.

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13 days ago

Woolf is aiming for three grand finals in a row however he has only won two. The first of the three was won under Holbrook.

Mark Ferguson
Mark Ferguson
12 days ago

He’s only won two Grand Finals. Justin Holbrook was the coach for the first.