Hull KR coach Tim Sheens says he is in no rush to sign a new deal and building a team for Super League is his priority.
The Australian arrived on a three-year deal last summer following relegation from the top flight, but he has worked wonders at the club to help them bounce back into Super League at the first time of asking.
Rovers officials have spoken of their desire to sit down with Sheen and discuss fresh terms with a view to securing his long-term future, but with two years remaining on his current one, the coach is in no rush.
"It isn't really up for discussion at the moment," he said. I'm already in a three-year deal and have two years remaining. My mind is focused on next year and that's all I'm focusing on right now. We've plenty of time to look at that down the line.
"We have been working hard the last few weeks and now we're promoted there's lots of meeting, but it is not just the roster, we're looking at absolutely everything in the club to get ready."