Dewsbury’s in-demand head coach Glenn Morrison has stressed his commitment lies with his current club for the immediate future but refuses to rule out a move back to Wakefield.
The former Trinity captain’s maiden job as head coach at the Tetley’s Stadium has seen a steady upward progression which leaves the Rams vying for Middle Eight play-offs places.
“I’m here (Dewsbury) and enjoying myself – it’s a great club and in the two and a half years I’ve been here we’ve improved,” said Morrison.
“I’ll continue to try and do that until my time is up.
“As a player I wanted to play at the highest level and as a coach I want to do the same but I have to make sure I do it at the right time.
“I was captain at Wakefield and have a lot of happy memories there but I’ve also got loyalty to Dewsbury and the players as it’s like my family there.
The Rams 19-12 Summer Bash victory over Heavy Woollen District rivals Batley leapfrogged Morrison’s side into fourth place in the Championship table, albeit Featherstone Rovers have a game in hand against Bradford.
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