Wakefield Trinity Wildcats forward Ali Lauitiiti has revealed that he hasn’t completely made his mind up about retirement just yet – and says he may go round again in 2016.
Lauitiiti has been one of the finest Super League imports in history since joining the division with Leeds Rhinos way back in 2004.
He has won Super League and World Club Challenge titles with the Rhinos, and also played during Wakefield’s Million Pound Game victory against Bradford last Saturday.
And when quizzed on his future, Lauitiiti said he could continue for another season – but won’t decide for a few weeks.
“There’s a possibility I could still play on and go one more year,” said the big second-rower to the Wakefield Express.
“We will see what happens, I will leave it a few weeks.”