League One’s newest team, Toronto Wolfpack, have confirmed their interest in Craig Hall.
The Wakefield star revealed last week that he had held discussions with the Canadian side ahead of 2017.
Wolfpack, who have been active on Twitter since their inception, confirmed their interest in Hall on social media today.
In a tweet, they said: “It’s no secret we are actively pursuing
— Toronto Wolfpack (@TOwolfpack) June 6, 2016
Hall has been rumoured with a move away from Wakefield since the end of last season but has managed to re-establish himself under Chris Chester.
However, the 28-year-old is out of contract at the end of the season, meaning he can speak to clubs about a move ahead of next year.
Speaking last week, Hall said: “It’s very interesting; I’ve had a couple of meetings with Brian Noble and Paul Rowley so I think it’d be a challenge to see what’s going to be happening out there.
“I’m one of those guys where I wouldn’t mind taking a gamble, so we’ll just see how it goes.
“I’ve never been to Canada – I don’t come out of Hull that often – so we’ll see what it’s like. A lot of it would be based over here, they do around three months over there, so it would be something to look into.
“My agent has spoken to Michael (Carter) and Chezzy (Chris Chester) regarding staying so it’s up in the air at the minute.”