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Potter could see out season with Bulls
As hopes rose that beleaguered Bradford might yet survive to the end of the year, coach Mick Potter has revealed he would love to see the season out with them.
Potter was among 16 full-time staff made redundant at the start of the week, but he swallowed his pride by volunteering to work without pay to prepare the team for Sunday's home game against London Broncos.
Australian Potter, who is out of contract at the end of the season and has started a job search back home, has not ruled out being part of any new organisation, and said: "Depending on who the investor was and what the feel was, sure. I want to complete the job I came to do."
He went on: "Whether that's to work to the end of the season or beyond, that would be negotiable. Certainly I want to complete my contract.
"But at this point in time it's not an option. I'm trying to make contact with people back in Australia to try and secure employment in the near future."
Potter, who joined Bradford from St Helens two years ago, has been linked with the vacant France job after enjoying success in his stint in charge of Catalan Dragons from 2006-08.
The French Federation have yet to announce a successor to Bobbie Goulding and, although Potter admits he would be interested in the role, he is not expecting anything to materialise.
"I had some talks but there was never really an offer," he said.
"I've got a passion for the French game and I would love to see French rugby league develop.
"But I won't be waiting around. I need to seek employment as soon as I can get it."