WAKEFIELD Trinity Wildcats skipper Glenn Morrison expects to make a decision on his future at the club by the end of next week.
Morrison, 35, will see his Trinity contract expire at the end of November, but he revealed to the Wakefield Express that despite offers from other clubs, his first choice is to stay at Wakefield.
He said: “I have not yet had a new contract offer from Wakefield but I will be talking to Richard Agar in the next few days.
“I want to play at least another year in Super League and I want to stay at Trinity but my long-term goal is to get into coaching.”
Morrison revealed that he has received an offer from former Wildcats head coach John Kear to take on a player/coach role at Batley Bulldogs and he is also mulling over an offer from another Super League club.
Morrison, who is now off-quota, said: “I don’t want to talk about the details of the offers I have had but I will wait to see what happens at Wakefield before I make a decision.”
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