HEFIN O'HARE will set his sights on making his 100th Giants appearance on Sunday and blank out any thoughts surrounding his Super League future.
The Welsh winger admits he doesn't know whether he will be playing at Huddersfield next season or joining another club.
O'Hare has yet to be offered a new Giants contract, with his current deal ending on November 1.
But the 25-year-old Wrexham-born player is determined to put the uncertainty to one side this weekend and mark a century of Huddersfield matches in style against Salford at the Galpharm Stadium (3.00).
"It's the last game of the season and I still don't know what the future holds," he admitted.
"But, to be honest, I don't want to think about that right now.
"All I want to think about is playing in the last game of the season and reaching 100 appearances for the Giants.
"It's a landmark that would make me very proud. Only then will I think seriously about my future."
O'Hare's agent, David Howes, has circulated the winger's name and admits there has been some interest.
"He has not got an offer yet from Huddersfield and there are a couple of clubs looking at him," said Howes.
"There is also rugby union interest, but he would prefer to stay in league.
"Salford are one of the frontrunners. They have three or four possibilities for their last couple of positions and Hefin does feature on their shopping list."
O'Hare is again expected to start on the bench against the City Reds, who were last night boosted by the news that prop Andy Coley has been cleared to play in Sunday's clash.
Coley was last night found guilty of striking and fined £300 by the RFL.
But he will not be suspended from playing after being sent off for the late challenge on Hull's Richard Whiting last weekend.
And Salford are continuing their recruitment drive, with Warrington Wolves' Ian Sibbit having been signed for 2005.
The powerful second-rower goes to The Willows on a two-year deal and will join other new faces Junior Langi, Luke Robinson and David Hodgson in coach Karl Harrison's squad.