South Sydney backrower Angus Crichton has revealed the three clubs who have offered him lucrative contracts beyond next season.
The talented 21-year old is weighing up long-term offers from Souths, Roosters, and Cronulla.
After proving himself as an excitement-machine this season, Crichton is hot property in the NRL market.
“I’ve got three-year offers from Souths, the Roosters and the Sharks,” Crichton said.
“It’s a big call to make, and I don’t have to decide right now. I haven’t put a time frame on this.
“There’s pressure from a lot of different directions, but at the end of the day you’ve got to trust yourself and your own instincts and I’m not ready to make that decision yet.”
Committed to honouring his contract with Souths next season, Crichton refuses to rule out the possibility of transferring clubs or even switching codes.
His next destination is purely based on whether he sees himself advance into an Origin and Test Match player whilst at that club.
“People tend to think it’s all about money. It isn’t,” Crichton said.
“Like any player, I have ambitions to win a premiership and play State of Origin and Test football.
“I need to grow as a player, so I need to be in the best environment to make that happen.”