Canberra Raiders winger Daniel Vidot has confirmed he has fielded interest from other clubs since being demoted to the Queensland Cup.
And he also revealed his struggles arising from his switch this season from the right to left wing.
Vidot was dropped from first grade after round eight in favour of Reece Robinson, who has played solidly since his call-up.
Vidot, 21, is contracted to the Raiders until the end of 2012 and insisted he intended to honour that deal.
While happy at the club, he admitted his desire to return to the right side may be a factor when he weighs up where his future lies at the end of next season.
”I’m signed until the end of 2012 and I’m a loyal kind of bloke,” Vidot said. ”Nothing hard against the club, I love the Raiders, and I’d only look at other options if I’m not happy here.”
Canberra has preferred to play in-form Sharks recruit Blake Ferguson on the right flank this year.
Vidot’s manager has fielded enquiries from other clubs, most notably the Cronulla Sharks.
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