Williams facing tough decision
Dual international Sonny Bill Williams admits he has a tough decision to make over his future after ending the season with a Grand Final win.
Sydney Roosters star Williams added a second NRL title to his impressive list of sporting achievements that already includes a Super Rugby title with the Waikato Chiefs and a World Cup win with New Zealand.
The in-demand 28-year-old must now decide whether to stay in rugby league or return to the 15-man code to play for the Chiefs and All Blacks ahead of the 2015 Rugby World Cup.
Williams confirmed he would make a call on his future "in the next couple of weeks" and conceded Sunday's victory made his decision even harder.
"It's a tough decision coming up...there's a lot of thinking to be done," he said.
"The last month I asked the club if I could not do any media and just concentrate on my dream and that's winning the competition.
"I just kind of went into my own shell, changed my number, went off social media and just dedicated myself wholeheartedly to the cause and what we were trying to achieve and it's just a dream come true...I can't stop smiling."
When asked after the match if he would make himself available for New Zealand's Rugby League World Cup campaign in England and Wales starting later this month, he said: "Tonight I'll just savour the moment, be happy with the boys and then I guess in the next week I'll have to sit down and make some tough decisions."