SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - JULY 01: Robbie Farah of the Tigers runs with the ball during the round 16 NRL match between the Wests Tigers and the Gold Coast Titans at Leichhardt Oval on July 1, 2018 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Matt King/Getty Images)

The Wests Tigers have tabled a one-year contract extension to veteran Robbie Farah to extend his career into the 2019 NRL season, as reported by The Sydney Morning Herald.

The 34-year old has not yet made a call on his future, but has indicated that he would like to play on next season.

Tigers coach Ivan Cleary, whose own future is clouded, has indicated he would like to retain both Farah and fellow off-contract veteran Benji Marshall for next season.

Reports are circulating that Cleary will move to the Penrith Panthers at the end of the season to team up with his son, Nathan, leaving the Tigers in a period of uncertainty with question marks over several key figures.

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The Tigers have been in good form recently, winning three of their past five matches to make a charge towards finals with Farah back in the fold, however, youngster Jacob Liddle is considered the club’s long-term hooker.

The Sydney Morning Herald is reporting that should Farah hang up the boots, the Tigers may target out-of-favour Bulldogs hooker Michael Lichaa, while the Eels are also reportedly interested.