Ryan Hampshire has been linked to a number of clubs since he was released from Wakefield Trinity after both parties couldn’t agree on a contract extension.
Speculation surrounding a move to either the Leigh Centurions or Bradford Bulls hit the headlines last week, but Hampshire’s own agent, Craig Harrison, has dismissed those claims.
Instead, Harrison believes that the former Wigan Warriors academy player could move to another Super League club.
“He sees himself as a Super League player,” Harrison said on The Full Eighty Minutes podcast.
“It’s Super League or bust for him – I don’t think he would want to play Championship and he’s made that quite clear.
“There are a few doors open and a few have put their feet through, so we might have some good news in the next 14 days for Ryan and the club.”
The Game Caller journalist also added that Hampshire and Bradford could not come to an agreement regarding a contract.
“Sadly, Ryan wants a little it more than Bradford can offer,” he added.
Hampshire has been at Wakefield for the past four seasons after a short spell at Leigh in 2017, but has left the Mobile Rocket Stadium for pastures new.