MANASE Manuokafoa has vowed to finish the season on a high as he approaches what could be the end of his time at the Bulls.

The 29-year-old prop has proved a resounding success since he was signed from Parramatta by Mick Potter ahead of the 2012 campaign.

But after the Bulls’ relegation was confirmed on Sunday, it remains to be seen whether Manuokafoa will stay at Odsal for life in the Championship.

He is keen to sort out his future within the next fortnight but, as things stand, he has not received offers from any other Super League clubs.

Manuokafoa said: “I will explore every avenue with my agent going forward but right now I’m not sure where I’ll be next season.

“I’d like to get it sorted soon because I don’t want to leave it too late as I have a family to consider.

“I still want to be playing in the top flight but I’ve not had any other offers from Super League clubs yet.

“I’ve not ruled out staying at the Bulls – I can’t rule anything out – but hopefully I can get something sorted in the next couple of weeks.

“The sooner the better really – but I don’t want to be leaving the Bulls after three years on a low. If these are my last few games, I want to go out on a high.”

Manuokafoa said the Bulls had become a big part of his life, despite a series of off-field problems which have blighted the club during his stay.

The Bulls went into administration during his first season with the club and did so again earlier this year with devastating consequences.

The squad was ripped apart and the club docked six points to leave the Bulls facing a massive challenge that proved beyond them.

Manuokafoa said: “The fans and the club have been great to me and it’s a pity we have been in administration twice in the past couple of years.

“Had it not been for administration, we would have still had a good squad.

“This is my third season at the Bulls, and it’s a big part of me, but the reality is that we are now relegated.”

The popular front-rower believes the Bulls have improved since Jimmy Lowes took charge last month.

“Since Jimmy has come on board, he’s been really good with us and is trying to change our mentality," said Manuokafoa.

“We turned over cheap ball and Huddersfield made us pay but you couldn’t fault the boys’ effort. At least we went down fighting.”

Meanwhile, Jamal Fakir will return home at the end of the season to join French outfit Lezignan.