Kristian Woolf has been linked with jobs all over the shop in recent months largely due to the number of coaching casualties in the NRL recently.
New Zealand Warriors reportedly wanted to bring him in now but Woolf remained committed to his current contract with Super League Champion St Helens as he hopes to deliver an unprecedented fourth consecutive Super League title.
Now it seems Wests Tigers are chasing him with one of his Tongan players pushing for the move as well as we reported this morning.
However, despite these links, it seems Woolf’s future is still up in the air as he revealed in today’s press conference ahead of St Helens’ top of the table clash with rivals Wigan on Saturday.
He joked that he’s “very bored” of answering questions surrounding his future before explaining when it’s likely that his future will become known: “It’s not something I’m interested in talking about. I was sitting here last year answering the same questions.
“When the time’s right I’ll come out and make sure everyone knows what’s going on.
When asked when exactly that’ll be he said: “When I’ll know what I’m doing.”
This suggests that his future is still undecided and that staying at St Helens and continuing the dynasty he’s helped along after the good work of Justin Holbrook is still a possibility which is bad news for the rest of Super League.