John Kear has his sights set on another coaching stint in Super League - by leading fallen giants Bradford Bulls back to the top flight.
The veteran coach - who turns 67 during a World Cup where he leads Wales - has taken charge of five clubs in the top division during his storied career.
Kear also masterminded Challenge Cup final shocks with Sheffield Eagles and Hull - but says steering the Bulls back into Super League for the first time since their 2014 relegation would rank alongside anything.
He said: “I read that John Kear might fancy one more go at Super League - well he does. The challenge inspires me. It doesn’t matter how old you are - I watched Roy Hodgson the other night and and when you’re competitive and you’re challenged, itRead more on mirror.co.uk