Huddersfield Giants fullback Jake Mamo admits he’s unsure if he will be with the club next season.
The Australian is out-of-contract at the end of this season, with several injuries inhibiting from a long-term run in the Huddersfield side since his arrival from the NRL last year.
But Mamo told reporters at the club’s weekly press conference earlier this week that as things stand, he’s no clearer to knowing whether he’ll be signing a new deal.
“I am not sure, I’m weighing up all the options,” he said.
“There are a lot of factors, things like where I want to live, if I want to go back to my family and if I want to stay here – I really don’t know.”
Despite that, Mamo insists he has enjoyed his time in England with Huddersfield – and is hopeful they can rediscover the spark which led them to a top-eight finish under former coach Rick Stone last season.
“I’ve definitely enjoyed it. I love the UK, I love living here, it’s a lot of fun,” he said.
“And I like playing here as well, although the start of this year hasn’t been great and the start of last year as well.
“But the second half of last year, when we were playing well, was definitely enjoyable, so hopefully we can get back there.”
New coach Simon Woolford is still waiting on a visa before he arrives to officially take charge of the Giants, who slumped to the bottom of the Super League table over the weekend with defeat at Warrington.
They face Widnes on Friday night this weekend.