Warrington Wolves are battling with Leeds Rhinos, Hull KR and Salford Red Devils for the final play off spots.
However, some of the focus right now will have to be on next season and under Sam Burgess.
In fact some recruitment has already taken place for next year with Lachlan Fitzgibbon headed to the Halliwell Jones from Newcastle Knights after the club fended of the likes of Leeds for his signature.
The Wolves are also set to sign Morgan Harper who would take their last quota spot effectively pushing Peter Mata’utia out the door who is out of contract.
On this Gary Chambers said: “No, nothing I’m aware of at the moment. That’ll probably be something that I’ll get to down the line.
“That’s for other people rather than me, mine’s obviously just to focus on what’s going on with the team at the moment and then what’s going to happen after that; then I’ll start picking up on it, but at the moment it’s Karl that’ll be working along with that about what’s happening with players.”
The Wolves have signed Rodrick Tai however:
“We had the luxury in the World Cup that PNG were training at our base. We ran a number of sessions against the Papua New Guinea team, so we knew what sort of people were there training; good people and really helpful to the young kids when we were running shape against them.
“I remember Rodrick in the World Cup game at the Halliwell Jones, when he scored there he put in a big performance, and then obviously Sam identified him as a potential signing, and he just started ticking a few boxes the more we looked at him. He’s a dynamic runner, really athletic, he’s the right age, he wants to learn, he’s an intelligent guy, he ticks all the boxes that we’re looking to recruit for this club.
“You look at the PNG players and you know what you’re getting, you’re getting really athletic individuals who are tough and good people and that’s a really good start point. Then you put in there and get an environment, a real high quality environment and that’s nothing about where they’re playing or anything like that but if you can make your environment a bit better then obviously you’re going to get a real high quality player there.”