JACK Singleton admits he faces a “big” decision over his Worcester Warriors future with reigning Gallagher Premiership champions Saracens rumoured to be looking to lure him away from Sixways.

The highly-rated hooker whose deal runs out in the summer revealed he had received an offer by Warriors to extend his stay.

But with out-of-contract players now able to hold negotiations with other Premiership clubs Singleton is set to assess his options before making a decision “in the next couple of months or so”.

The 22-year-old has racked up more than 50 appearances for Warriors since making his debut in October 2016 and is a regular in the front row.

But Singleton who has featured twice in non-cap games for England against Barbarians at Twickenham has been linked with moves to Wasps and Saracens in the past two months.

Sarries are reportedly favourites to capture the Hertfordshire-born front rower who was part of the north London club’s youth system before joining Worcester’s academy in the 2014-15 season.

Responding to the rumours, Singleton said: “I will have a decision to make soon.

“But it is still early days.

“I have been made an offer from Worcester and they are just waiting for me to make my decision.

“I love playing for the club so I have got a big decision to make in the next couple of months or so.”

Singleton impressed in England’s 63-45 defeat to the Barbarians and flew to South Africa as injury cover for Luke Cowan-Dickie in the summer Test series.

But he missed out on a place in Eddie Jones’ squad for November’s autumn internationals.

“I am just trying to concentrate on my performance and not worry about any external factors otherwise that will affect your game and be a hindrance,” said Singleton on his England hopes.

“I just want to bring my best for the team every week and hopefully we can start climbing the table.

“If that leads to other opportunities then that’s fantastic but it’s the team first.”

Singleton conceded he had been “frustrated” with some of his own showings this term as Warriors sit one place above the drop zone at the halfway stage.

“The coaches will judge your performance so I have just got to go out there and put my best on the pitch each week,” Singleton said.

“Some days I get frustrated with myself as I always tend to look at the negatives from a game rather than the positives.

“I am always quite hard on myself on that front.

“I don’t think my confidence is ever bad. I am always excited to go out and play.

“But once you get one or two wins on the bounce then you are a lot more confident going into games. It just calms everyone down a bit.”