Sharks Halfback Nicho Hynes has said he wants a 20-year deal with the club, after also voicing his long-term desire to become NRL coach once he hangs up his boots.
The 26-year-old joined the Shire from the Melbourne Storm last season and guided Cronulla to a top-two finish.
Hynes then won the Dally M Medal, which skyrocketed his value.
Speaking about SEN, Hynes stated his intention to complete his career with the Sharks before taking on a coaching role.
He is also expected to soon extend his current player’s contract until 2028.
Cronulla Sharks halfback Nicho Hynes has stated he wants a 20-year deal with the club and has also revealed his desire to become a manager once he retires from the NRL
The 26-year-old joined the Shire from the Melbourne Storm last season and won the Dally M medal
“There were conversations, everyone talks about it a little bit,” Hynes told SEN radio.
“I just hope something happens and gets done, my manager will sort that out and the club will sort that out, so hopefully they’re talking as we speak because I’d love to stay…then hopefully I’ll be here forever.
“Ideally I’d like to be here for the rest of my career, then I’d like to jump straight into coaching… [so] Give me a 20-year Sharks contract.’
Hynes went on to explain how he did it ‘always wanted’ to switch to coaching because he loves ‘helping people’.
“Yes I do (have ambitions to be a coach), big time, I’ve always said I want to be a coach, I just love it,” he said.
“I love helping people, I love helping little kids achieve their dreams.
“Hopefully one day I can be a coach to give out a debut jersey, that’s the ultimate (dream) for me, I’d love to do that.
In February, Hynes’ mother Julie was found guilty of supplying heroin and will be sentenced later this year – the footy star has said he will stand by her
“I could become a development coach, then an assistant, then one day do my job and become a head coach, that would be nice.
“I know I have to start somewhere… so if I could be an assistant at the NRL level or a development coach I’d love to do that, but coaching is definitely something for me.”
The gun halfback was sensational in his first game of the season last Sunday in the derby against the Dragons. Finished with seven newlines and four try-assists for his name.
Hynes’ glittering NRL performances are all the more remarkable given his off-field struggles.
Hynes’ mother Julie was found guilty of heroin supply in February and will be sentenced later this year.
In May 2021, Luke Murphy – a childhood friend of the NRL star – suffered a fatal overdose at the home of Ms Hynes in Blackwall on the NSW central coast.
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