Gareth Ellis has put Super League clubs on alert after revealing he intends to quit Australia.
A Grand Final winner with Leeds Rhinos, he has been Wests Tigers’ player of the season every year since moving to the NRL in 2009.
And there would be no shortage of takers for England’s 30-year-old back-row forward.
Ellis said: “It surprises people in Australia, who ask me if I’m going to stay here. But I’m pretty adamant that I won’t.
“I’ve another couple of years left with Tigers, but I’d like to finish my career in England.
“I always thought I’d go to Australia, do what I had to do and go back. I was a Castleford fan as a kid, but I’ve got no ties really.”