Sydney Roosters captain Boyd Cordner hasn’t ruled out ending his career in the English Super League as his Roosters prepare for the World Cup Challenge against Wigan.
The 26-year-old was pressed on whether he was interested in plying his trade in Europe with the Kangaroos and Blues leader happy to leave his options open.
“I’ve still got a lot of stuff I want to tick off in the NRL before I think about heading to England,” Cordner told the media.
“I’m sure there’ll be a bed there for me though if I ever do.”
The Roosters are currently in Paris for a training camp with French club, Toulouse.
They’ll then head to England where they will do another opposed session – this time against Super League heavyweights, St Helens.
“It’s good for us but they’re also a really quality team with some top Super League talent,” Roosters legend and club assistant Craig Fitzgibbon told roosters.com.au.
“We always enjoy opposed sessions against a different style of footy and it’s important for our preparations as well.”