Cummins: No Sammut concerns
Bradford Bulls head coach Francis Cummins insists playmaker Jarrod Sammut is committed to the cause despite attending Salford's clash with Leeds.
The 26-year-old, who played under City Reds boss Brian Noble during their time at Crusaders, was spotted in the stands at Salford on Friday.
Sammut has been linked with a move to the Greater Manchester club for 2014 and speculation has increased with St Helens stand-off Lee Gaskell being tipped to join the Bulls next season.
The Australian-born Malta international has another year on his contract at Odsal and Cummins insists the onus is on Sammut to force his way back into his starting line-up after he missed out against the Catalan Dragons.
"I've no concerns whatsoever about Jarrod's commitment," Cummings told the Bradford Telegraph and Argus.
"My players can go and watch whoever and if they want to go and watch other teams that's fine. But ultimately, Jarrod is a Bradford player and I expect everyone to play their part in what we're trying to achieve.
"As a coach there are times when you go one way or the other and I have to make decisions on certain positions in the team all the time.
"This one I made the decision to start with Danny Addy and yes, there were concerns about how Jarrod played the week before.
"I wanted to start a certain way and I knew that would affect our rotation but sometimes you've got to do it."