The 300-game star is interested in an assistant coaching role at the Sharks for 2015.
Sharks veteran John Morris has expressed his desire to be a Cronulla assistant coach under Shane Flanagan next season.
Morris, who is currently sidelined with a neck injury, has been working as a temporary understudy to interim coach James Shepherd.
The 33-year-old said he was keen to share his experience at NRL level, but didn’t close the door on the possibility of coaching lower grade rugby league.
“I’d definitely put my hand up. I think I’d be up to it,” Morris told AAP.
“Flanno comes back next year and he’s a wonderful coach. The club is looking to bring in a couple of staff to assist at NRL level so playing 300 games, I’ve got a bit of experience there to pass on.
“I’ve still got to follow up on my neck and that will determine what I do next year.
“They know I’m keen to get into coaching. I’d love to help out, if I’m not playing, in either an assistant’s role or a high performance role mentoring the young kids and trying to bring them through our elite juniors.”
The Sharks currently sit bottom of the NRL ladder after a tumultuous season both on and off the field.