DANNY Addy admits without the incentive of promotion to Super League, re-starting the Betfred Championship would be “pretty pointless.”

The Leigh captain and his team mates are desperate for a chance to build on Centurions’ four match, 100 percent start to the 2020 league campaign.

Talks involving all Championship and League One clubs are scheduled for June 25 with how to potentially provide a meaningful season high on the agenda.

Ex Bradford and Hull KR star Addy also says players need an answer sooner rather than later in order to make future plans.

Like many others at the club the Scottish international is operating on a one-year deal.

Addy has already opened talks with the club and is keen to stay. But Leigh’s league status next year could have a bearing on what happens.

“Re-starting Super League seems to be the main priority,” says the 29-year-old skipper. “But it is still up in the air whether they will promote anyone or relegate anyone.

“If there was no promotion or relegation it would be pretty pointless to start back. That is all we have wanted. I am not saying we don’t want to pla,y because all the lads are training hard. We take it every day as though we are going to start playing.

“From day one of pre-season we set ourselves a goal of promotion. We were only getting out of first gear when it all stopped so it would be good to see where we could take ourselves.”

Just six games into his new career Addy has already impressed Centurions’ fans.

“I do enjoy it here, I said that from day one,” he explained. “Hopefully they (the RFL) can come up with some sort of decision in next couple of weeks so we can plan our future.

“Most of us signed one-year deals with a goal to get promoted. Talks normally start around now and clubs will be looking at the market and who is available.

“I have spoken to the club and I am happy but we will have to see what is going on with the season.

“In the meantime, I am still training though it is hard on your own because some of the lads live half an hour away. I was never in the house before this so that’s tough but I have got used to it.”