HUDDERSFIELD Giants may not have heard the last of Keith Mason.
The agent of axed Giants star Mason has confirmed the prop is looking into the possibility of pursuing a case for constructive dismissal.
Huddersfield’s former front-row forward was shown the John Smith’s Stadium door on October 4 to bring the curtain down on a seven-year spell at the club.
Mason had three years remaining on his current Giants contract, meaning he would have missed out on a possible lucrative testimonial in his final season.
And Leeds-based sports lawyer and agent Richard Cramer, who is representing the 31-year-old former St Helens man, has made it clear nothing can be ruled out at this stage.
“I’m not in a position to say too much, and certainly not without speaking to Keith first,” he said.
“But from the advice we have received, we do believe Keith has a strong case.
“He is obviously devastated with the way things have turned out at Huddersfield.
“If he had seen out his current contract he would have been 34, so he was clearly looking at finishing his career at the club.
“Unfortunately, his future is now unclear.”
Giants officials have admitted they are unaware of any potential case against them at this stage, with any future developments being left in the hands of their solicitor.
With the signing of fellow props Stuart Fielden, Craig Kopczak and Anthony Mullally, Mason would have struggled to secure a regular spot in 2013.
He is now looking to secure a deal at another Super League club, with Castleford and Wakefield believed to have shown interest in securing his services.
Mason also has hopes of getting a part in a planned film about rugby star Gareth Thomas.
He is a close friend of superstar actor Mickey Rourke and he is the man behind the film, which is expected to start in production next year.