Former Australia forward Willie Mason has told Huddersfield and Hull KR to make him an offer as he plans a move to the Super League. The 30-year-old North Queensland forward, well known for his off-the-field indiscretions and his on-field punch-ups, is out of contract at the end of the season and is keen on a move to England. Hull KR have already made their interest known, and Mason, who says his agent has spoken to both the Robins and Huddersfield, wants his future to be sorted out sooner rather than later. "My manager has talked to both Hull KR and Huddersfield and we are just waiting for them to put a deal on the table," Mason told the Hull Daily Mail. "Things are moving quicker than I thought they would. "I should hopefully have an answer one way or the other either next week or the week after. "Nothing has changed with my desire to play in England. I just have to decide what is best for me." Bradford, Catalans and Salford have also been linked with moves for Mason, but he has previously ruled them out of the running. * PA Sport
Willie Mason prepares for England move
The former Australia forward has told Huddersfield and Hull KR to make him an offer as he plans a move to the Super League.