Warrington Wolves forward Harvey Livett has said he is yet to decide on where he will play next year.
The 23-year-old, who is currently on loan at Hull KR, is out of contract at the end of this year, and says he will sit down and go through his options at a later date.
He said: “I will have to sit down and see what’s best for me. I’m only 23, I’ll be 24 by the time next season starts, so I will need to see what is best for me in the future.
“Whether that’s at Hull (KR), if they wanted me, or elsewhere, I’ll have to see what is best for myself when that time comes.”
If he does sign a new deal with Warrington, then he could get the opportunity to play alongside Greg Inglis. Livett said he looked up to the former South Sydney Rabbitohs player as a kid.
He said: “It’s massive. I always aspired to be like him when I was a young kid. When he retired, you thought that was the end of him.
“Then he comes out and plays over here in the Super League. It’s a massive signing for Warrington and the Super League.”
Wherever Livett ends up, he says the most important thing to him will be game time.
He said: “Last year I struggled with game time, I didn’t play as many games. Then, I got the opportunity to play for KR towards the back end of last year. It was only a month, but I played every game whilst I was there.
“I signed again this year, and I’ve only missed one game through injury.
“Game time will be a big thing for me, and it’s a choice I will have to make.”