CAIRNS, AUSTRALIA - FEBRUARY 17: Josh Reynolds of the Tigers looks on during the warm up before the start of the NRL trial match between the North Queensland Cowboys and the Wests Tigers at Barlow Park on February 17, 2018 in Cairns, Australia. (Photo by Ian Hitchcock/Getty Images)

Wests Tigers coach Michael Maguire will consider recalling out-of-favour five-eighth Josh Reynolds following a series of injuries to key players.

Reynolds' NRL future is clouded after spending the majority of 2019 in the Canterbury Cup. It was reported earlier in the season that the Tigers gave him permission to speak to rival clubs.

However, with Robbie Farah, Moses Mbye and Jacob Liddle all sidelined, Reynolds is back in the selection frame.

“We’ll obviously have a look at that,” Maguire told The Daily Telegraph.

Liddle is the latest casualty for the Tigers, suffering a suspected ACL injury in Thursday night's loss to Manly.

Reynolds, who is on $750,000-a-season and contracted until the end of 2021, hasn't yet secured a contract with a rival team.

The Tigers are reportedly happy to pay up to half of his wage should he move to another NRL team, but are happy for him to remain at the club.

Reynolds' management are believed to be exploring all options, but are currently reluctant to look to the English Super League.

The Tigers face Newcastle next Saturday at Campbelltown Stadium.