Wakefield prop Richard Moore has refuted a rumour linking him with former club Bradford Bulls, after he was told he doesn’t have a future with the Wildcats.
The 32-year-old Bradford academy product signed a one-year deal with Trinity at the start of 2014 but has made only 13 appearances due to injuries and and new coach James Webster has not offered him an extension.
He is now searching for another club and says some Championship sides have expressed an interest, but former club Bradford have not.
He told the T&A: “I’ve got a few options in the Championship but it’s mad that a Bradford link has been thrown in because I’ve not had any contact with anybody there.
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“I can’t rule anything out and I’m happy to speak to anybody who is interested and see what they’ve got to offer.
“I’m disappointed that I didn’t get a new deal at Wakefield. I feel like I’ve played well this year and been pretty consistent.
“I still feel in good nick and as though I can do a job in Super League – but that’s rugby.
“I’m contracted to Wakefield until the end of the year and I’ll do my best in the remaining six games, as I do every week.
“Like I say, it’s obviously disappointing but that’s life and I’m certainly not going to beat myself up over it.”