EXPERIENCED Australian Jake Webster said Bradford Bulls are still on track to achieve John Kear's three-year Super League plan, and joked that he'll be around for the 2020 season as long as his body and wife let him.

The 35-year-old insisted there was no need to be despondent after Featherstone Rovers' 64-0 win at Batley Bulldogs ensured that it was mathematically impossible for Bulls to reach the Betfred Championship play-offs.

Speaking after Sunday's win over Sheffield Eagles, the club's last-ever game at Odsal, he said: "It's been a great effort by the boys this year, but John has always had a three-year plan.

"To get us promoted to the Championship last season, then solidify and consolidate here this year so we can push for play-offs next year.

"We're still on track for that and we're pushing now to finish sixth this year. We've got one more game (at Rochdale Hornets) to make sure we do that."

Referring to his role in the side, Webster admitted: "I'm no spring chicken any more so hopefully I can be the presence that helps talk to people on the pitch and at training and lets them know what they're doing well in the game."

He laughed: "I'll keep chipping away as a player. I'll still be here next season, as long as my body and my wife let me."

Webster also said it was an honour to be able to live the unique experience of featuring in Bulls' Odsal farewell through the younger homegrown players.

He admitted that things were a little different for him, coming from the other side of the world, but said that seeing what it meant to the club's Bradford contingent made him determined not to let them down.

Bulls won the match against the Eagles 30-10, with Webster scoring his side's second try of the afternoon. That effort took him to nine tries for the season.

After the game, he admitted: "It's a bit different for me as I don't have the history with Bradford. But I know about the ground and seeing the boys this week, I didn't want to let them down.

"It was fantastic as there's some players who are Bradford through and through, like Steve Crossley, and the emotion really came through to us (the non-Bradfordians). You could see players like Joe Keyes just flying around everywhere.

"You could see in the ground how much it means to Bradford, as it's an era which ends today.

"I'm proud of everyone and to have been a part of the whole occasion. It was an all-round great day."