Adam Cuthbertson has cast doubt on his Leeds future by admitting he’ll soon have a big decision to make.
The Australian is off contract at the end of the season and has yet to sign a new deal with the club.
He is currently in his fourth season at the Rhinos and has won two Grand Finals and a Challenge Cup during his stay.
But with his current deal with the Rhinos nearing an end, the 31-year-old admitted he wasn’t set on a prolonged stay, despite the opportunity being available for him.
“I’ve had a few talks with Gary (Hetherington),” Cuthbertson said.
“I don’t know, I’ll just worry about now. I like to worry about the now and what I can control.
“Obviously there’s the option of staying at the club but it’s early days. I just want to entirely focus all my energy on getting this club back to winning next week and we’ll go from there.
“I love Leeds but I’ve got plenty to think about. It’s been a long four years here so we’ll just worry about it when it comes up.”