RICHARD Moore admits he is open to offers as he prepares to leave Wakefield – but the powerhouse prop has had no contact with Bradford.

The 32-year-old, who progressed through the Bulls' Academy before breaking into the first team, has not been offered a fresh deal by new Wildcats boss James Webster.

He is now searching for another club and says a number of Championship sides have expressed interest in signing him up for 2015 – but not the Bulls.

Moore told the T&A: "I've got a few options in the Championship but it's mad that a Bradford link has been thrown in because I've not had any contact with anybody there.

"I can't rule anything out and I'm happy to speak to anybody who is interested and see what they've got to offer.

"I'm disappointed that I didn't get a new deal at Wakefield. I feel like I've played well this year and been pretty consistent.

"I still feel in good nick and as though I can do a job in Super League – but that's rugby.

"I'm contracted to Wakefield until the end of the year and I'll do my best in the remaining six games, as I do every week.

"Like I say, it's obviously disappointing but that's life and I'm certainly not going to beat myself up over it."

Keighley-based Moore, who admits he is unlikely to receive offers from any other Super League clubs, could become a personal trainer and play in the Championship on a part-time basis.

That would almost certainly rule out a return to Bradford, who have stated they will retain a full-time squad next season along with Leigh and London.

But all the other teams in the Championship, including Halifax and Featherstone, are expected to remain part-time operations.

Moore, who was diagnosed with Chron's Disease in 2009 but successfully manages the condition, has worked closely with Cougars performance director Paul Royston, owner of Workouts gyms in Keighley and Shipley.

Moore said: "I owe quite a lot to Paul because, when I came back to Wakefield, I was out of shape. I worked with Paul and he made me the fittest I've ever been.

"He always said that if I wanted to do personal training he would help me out with that.

"It's something I've been seriously considering because the last thing I want to do is start working on a building site.

"I think it would be a nice little job to do but it all depends on where I'm playing my rugby next season.

"If I'm full-time then I won't be able to work as a personal trainer but if I'm part-time then I could do it. I'm not ruling out anything at the moment."

Moore played with Jimmy Lowes at Bradford and worked with him when the Bulls coach assisted Brian McDermott at Leeds.

"I came through the Academy at Bradford, broke into the first team and then went to London Broncos," said Moore.

"It's sad to see both the teams where I started out being relegated from Super League."