CAMERON Pyke is weighing up his future at the helm of Warrnambool Rangers.
The 24-year-old, who was handed the Jones Oval club’s coaching role in 2015, said he had temporarily stepped away from the position to assess his future plans.
Pyke has guided the youth-laden side to finals appearances in his first three seasons as a playing coach.
“I was given the opportunity to coach the side when I was 21, so I’m thinking it might be nice to give another one of the guys that chance,” he told The Standard.
“We have a lot of guys who are mature beyond their years and I’ll just take a bit of time to assess every possibility before me.”
The talented goalkeeper said the club had a host of talented leaders.
“We’ll still be in very capable hands, regardless. I might still coach, I might not, nothing is set in stone just yet,” Pyke said.
Rangers finished third in the Ballarat and District Soccer Association this season.