The speculation about his NRL future isn’t bothering Jarryd Hayne, with the Fiji international scoring the most tries ever at the Rugby League World Cup.
Reports emerged last week that Hayne’s manager was looking at options to move the former NFL player back to a Sydney club.
However, Hayne has said these reports are untrue.
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Despite the conjecture, Hayne’s form in the Rugby League World Cup has been reminiscent of the player who dragged New South Wales across the line to win the 2014 State of Origin.
Hayne has now scored 14 tries in the Rugby League World Cup placing him above both Billy Slater and Kangaroos legend Bob Fulton.
The 14th try came during Fiji’s 72-6 rout of Wales, the Batis will play Italy next as they look to seal top spot in Group D.
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