FourFourSecondSydneys Roosteries coach Matt Moylans side are yet to sign any new players, with the club continuing to sign the same number of players in recent years.
Moylan was handed a five-year deal at the end of last season and has made five appearances for the Roosts.
However, after failing to sign a new marquee player during the off-season, the Roos have not been keen on extending the contract and are looking to find another way to get him.
In a statement on Monday, Roosterers chief executive Andrew Demetriou said: “We remain confident in our ability to attract the right players and have no interest whatsoever in the retention of Matt Moyla as coach of our Club.”
However, Moylan told the Daily Telegraph in July that the Roastiders are keen on bringing in new players in the off season, so it appears that the club may be willing to look to extend Moylan’s contract beyond next season.
“I would love to keep Matt,” Moylan said at the time.
“I’d love to see it happen and it’s not something I can get in my head.”
The Roostes are currently on the lookout for a new striker and have reportedly offered a free agent to the Sydney Roostards in exchange for a player.