Experienced Salford prop Adrian Morley says talks are underway about his future with the Red Devils, but insists a decision has not been made.
The 37-year-old joined Salford at the start of the season from Warrington on a one-year deal.
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“I’ve spoken at length to Iestyn [Harris], but nothing’s been decided,” he said.
“We’ve said we’ll sit down at the end of the year and have a chat about the following year. There’s been no decision either way.”
Morley, who has played more than 400 games in Super League and the NRL, has made 21 appearances for Salford and is second highest at the club in tackles, carries and metres made this season.
“I don’t feel as though I’m out of place or that age has been catching up with me,” the former Great Britain and England international said.
“Over the season as a whole I’ve been quite pleased with how I’ve been going. I feel okay and I’ve been recovering well after games. I’ve only missed two games, not through injury, but through being rested. I’ve not missed many through injury.
“But there are a lot of factors to sort out. Playing on is not out of the question, but I’ve just got to do the right thing for myself, for my family and for the club as well.”