Bradford Bulls currently sit outside the Championship play-offs, aiming to rebuild under interim coach Mark Dunning.
John Kear and Bradford departed ways back in May after the former Wakefield Trinity and Hull FC boss spent a number of years at Odsal, but with Dunning at the helm, there has been something of a mini-revival.
However, when Bradford were playing Featherstone Rovers away at the Millennium Stadium live on Premier Sports last night, commentator Mark Wilson identified one Bulls player who is attracting interest from the top flight.
“Thomas Doyle catching the eye of a number of Super League clubs,” Wilson said.
“I wouldn’t be surprised if he was in Super League next season.”
Pundits Kyle Amor and Andrew Henderson also had some great words to say about the 22-year-old, who has burst onto the scene at Bradford in 2022.
“He’s got a really good engine, he can play for 80 minutes and he’s a really controlling figure around the ruck,” Henderson said.
“He’s not afraid of testing the ruck defence of his opposition,” Amor added.
Bradford have been well known for producing a great deal of talent in Super League in recent years with the likes of Castleford Tigers’ Jake Trueman, Hull KR trio Matty Storton, Elliot Minchella and Ethan Ryan coming through the ranks at Odsal.