With the NRL title safely locked away at Redfern, off-contract South Sydney halfback Adam Reynolds wants to sort out his future with the club.
The 24-year-old’s future was the source of much speculation during the Rabbitohs’ charge to their first premiership in 43 years.
He is due to come off contract at the end of 2015 and as a local junior, who grew up just blocks from the club’s spiritual home of Redfern Oval, Reynolds’ desire is to stay in red and green.
“We have put it off to concentrate on football, but I would like to get it sorted,” he said.
“I will leave that up to my manager. He has done a great job in the past and I’m sure he will again.
“It is a great club … I would love to stay.
“You only have to see how the fans have reacted to what we have done.
“It has touched so many lives. The fans are great here. To give back to them means a lot.”
With Souths’ victory celebrations in full swing, Reynolds’ manager Steve Gillis said he would sit down with Rabbitohs’ management over the next few weeks to nut out his client’s future.
“There is no timeframe on it at the moment,” Gillis told AAP.
“We want to let the boys enjoy the celebration.
“They have their (end of season) ball coming up. We will let it runs its course.
“Then we will sit down with them in the next two to three weeks.
“The preference is to stay at the club, that is the plan, we will see how it goes.”
Reynolds said he still found it hard to believe he had won a premiership with Souths.
“It was on the bucket list. It is going to be a great week, I just want to enjoy it,” he said.