According to reports, the Titans will present an offer to Henry within a fortnight.
NRL club Gold Coast Titans will move quickly to appoint Neil Henry as head coach to stave off interest from rival clubs.
Henry will take over in a caretaker role for the remainder of the 2014 season following the Titans’ clash with the Roosters on Monday, which will be John Cartwright’s last at the helm.
Henry’s current deal with the club expires at the end of the season and it is believed St. George Illawarra and the Newcastle Knights have shown interest in the former North Queensland man.
It has been reported the Titans will present an offer to Henry within a fortnight.
Gold Coast chief executive Graham Annesley said the club would be seeking a replacement as soon as possible with Henry clearly one of those in contention for the job.
“There’s no doubt he’s a quality coach who’s coached at the highest level in the NRL,” Annesley said.
“There’ll no doubt be other candidates that will express interest but we don’t want it to be a drawn out process.”