ETHAN Ryan is yet to decide his Bulls future – but admits he has had interest from other clubs.

The centre/winger has enjoyed another impressive season, claiming 15 tries despite Bradford's relegation and his recent lay-off with a broken jaw.

The 21-year-old returned to the starting line-up for Sunday's victory over Sheffield Eagles before his afternoon was curtailed by a shoulder injury.

So with just two games remaining this campaign, is Ryan following fellow Academy product James Bentley out of the exit door?

"I haven't made any decisions yet about whether to move on or stay with the Bulls," he told the T&A.

"That's a big decision I'll have to make when it comes to the end of the year.

"I'm not going to lie and say I haven't got interest from elsewhere, I just haven't made a choice about what I want to do yet.

"A lot of the lads have important decisions to make, so it's only right that we get the season finished and then go from there."

On his comeback in the 32-18 victory at Belle Vue – and latest injury frustration – Ryan added: "In the first half I caught a ball from kick-off and in the tackle my shoulder popped out a little bit.

"It felt okay and I carried on but I knew that if I got another knock it probably wouldn't end too well.

"Later on I tried to tackle Gary Lo into touch and the shoulder went. I'm not sure what damage I've done to it and might need a scan this week.

"I don't think it's anything too serious, so hopefully I'll be fit and available for Sunday at Dewsbury."

Ryan admits he was impressed with the Bulls' wins at Oldham and Swinton in his absence, with only the home loss to Batley spoiling their recent run of form.

"The lads put a couple of great wins together before the Batley defeat, so it was good to bounce back from that with the win over Sheffield," he said.

"It's been confirmed that we're relegated but we're still playing for our professional pride and for our futures.

"Now that the pressure is off us, we're getting the wins and that's giving the fans something to cheer at last. It just shows what pressure can do and the impact it can have.

"It's sad to see, though, because if we'd done this earlier in the season, we'd have probably stayed up.

"Its been a really tough year for us and the supporters, so hopefully we can continue this winning run over the last two games of the season."

Meanwhile, Bentley has been nominated for the Kingstone Press Championship young player of the year award.

Bentley, who will join Super League outfit St Helens next season, is short-listed along with Alex Walker of London Broncos and Brandon Moore at Halifax.

The winners will be announced at the 2017 Kingstone Press Championship and League One annual dinner in Manchester on Monday, September 18.