Ryan Bailey still believes he can play at the top level and is looking for a new club for the 2017 season.
Bailey, 31, still believes he has at least 2-3 years of rugby league left in his body and is searching for a contract for next season.
Ex-Leeds prop Bailey, joined Warrington after the start of the season and made 15 appearances for Wire.
Wakefield Trinity and Huddersfield Giants have shown some interest in Bailey on a 1-year performance based contract, which includes off-field performance.
Chris Chester has signed Bailey before while he was at Hull Kingston Rovers, and although that didn’t work out, the Wakefield boss could be tempted to try a second time with the six-time Grand Final winner.
It is also understood Leeds have left the door open for a possible return to end his career where it all started. Leeds have made initial contact with Bailey’s manager and talks have been on going.
Bailey has played 329 games in Super League, 307 with Leeds Rhinos. He has represented both England and Wales on 4 occasions and is known as one of the best forwards to play the game.