Former Bradford Bulls, London Broncos and Wigan Warriors three-quarter Karl Pryce would be willing to play in the Championship to secure a new club.
The 26-year-old, whose older brother plays for Catalan Dragons, has been without a team since his Bulls contract expired last season.
Pryce is fully fit and raring to go and admits he will find it hard to sit on the sidelines when the new Super League season gets underway on Friday.
"I am fit and raring to go. I've trained on my own but am still waiting a call," Pryce told the Daily Star.
"If I have to drop down to a top Championship side, I will. Often you have to take a step back before coming forward.
"It's going to be hard this weekend feeling like Billy No Mates but I'm sure somebody will resurrect my career."
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