Wigan Warriors boss Shaun Wane faced the media today for the first time since announcing his decision to step down at the end of the season.
During a 20-minute interview, he outlined his reasons for leaving his hometown club after seven years as head coach.
And - echoing remarks earlier today - he insisted he had no other job lined-up and is open to offers ... and he is not limiting himself to rugby league.
He said chairman Ian Lenagan was "shocked" when he broke the news last week.
He also gave his thoughts on rumours Shaun Edwards may join as his successor.
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