England flanker James Haskell is still on the hunt for a new Premiership club after it was confirmed he will be leaving Wasps in the summer.
He is remaining in England to keep his World Cup dream alive as he prepares for his final home match for black and golds against Northampton at the Ricoh Arena on Sunday.
Haskell has spurned quick fix French offers and he tells RugbyPass why…🇫🇷
– in interview with Chris Jones https://t.co/fCQNCwtDRi
— RugbyPass (@RugbyPass) April 23, 2018
Speaking to RugbyPass, Haskell confirmed to RugbyPass today that a deal has yet to be done with any club despite reported interest from the likes of Gloucester and Northampton.
Has his self-confidence been affected by the uncertainty about his next club? “Am I upset? No, that is just the nature of professional sport.
“I am disappointed that I can be starting for England one week and playing well and still be sorting things out.
“If I was prepared to give up on England and go abroad then this would have been done and dusted a while ago. The fact is, I want to give it a shot with England unless told otherwise.”
Read the full article with RugbyPass here.