Former Great Britain coach Brian Noble insists he is “over the way things ended at Salford” and is hoping to be back working in Rugby League by the start of next season.
The 53-year-old told the T&A: “I think there is definitely a place for me in the game somewhere next year. I’ve had a couple of conversations with a couple of people about certain situations.
“I’m going away for five weeks now to cover the Four Nations in Australia and New Zealand for the BBC, so I’ll have plenty of thinking time there. I’ll also have time to speak to people via the internet and carve out a future for myself.
“I’m confident I’ll be involved in some way, shape or form in the game next year. I love the game, I’ve given my life to it, and hopefully something will come up.
“But there are no guarantees. You have to wait for a position to arise that appeals and sometimes you have to speak to certain people to maybe manufacture a position.
“But I’m certainly over the way things ended at Salford – that took a bit of getting over – and I’ve used it as a learning experience. It has reinforced my beliefs in the way things should be done.”