The Warriors are chasing Kiwis coach Stephen Kearney for the 2013 NRL season.
Kearney is meeting with club officials this weekend and it's understood an offer has already been put on the table.
"There's another couple of reasons that I'm coming over, it's an opportunity to catch up with the Kiwi staff and you know, sort of see if an opportunity presents itself at the Warriors."
Kearney says despite his appalling record as head coach at Paramatta, his desire to coach has never been stronger.
"With all that has transpired at Paramatta I'm more determined to try and work something out and make something work. That hasn't changed."
Kearney says he has three job options in rugby league at the moment.
However Warriors CEO Wayne Scurrah is denying the club has made any offer to Kiwis coach Stephen Kearney.
"No offers have been made, no commitment's been given by Stephen, and no commitment by the club. We want to sit down and have a chat."
Scurrah says when the Kiwis coach left the Parramatta Eels, the opportunity to bring him in came up.
"It presented itself obviously. No one considered Stephen would be leaving the Eels when he did and it was an obvious thing to do so we're doing it."
The role is understood to involve working alongside Brian McClennan