JACQUES O'NEILL'S next move following his Love Island exit has been hinted at by his former rugby club's manager.
Castleford Tigers, the team he played for prior to entering the villa, have the option to re-sign him.
However, coach Lee Radford has revealed he is unsure if he will return.
The Love Island star visited Castleford on Wednesday morning following his announcement that he was going to quit the show to "get back to himself".
The club have offered him support to help him following the exit.
And Radford suggested he may not continue his rugby league career.
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He said: "It's not something we've spoke about, obviously it only happened last night, he flew home last night.
"He looked jaded, he'd had no sleep, obviously all the euphoria of doing what he's been doing, I suppose, that's probably a conversation for further down the line, I think."
Rumours suggest he could pursue a different career in modelling.
On O'Neill deciding to leave the ITV show, Radford said: "Like any walk of life there are obstacles in front of you.
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"Unfortunately, making sure people are around you whether that be your family or club related to help you deal with that is pretty important.
Talking about his own mental health experience, Radford stated: "Criticism you tend to keep it within yourself and use it as a motivator, I think that's a generational thing.
"I think its more open and spoke about now than it probably ever has been. I think I am probably from a different generation."
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O'Neill decided to leave the villa in an emotional scenes earlier this week.
He was seen crying as a result of Adam Collard, a former contestant, re-entering the show, who has an interest in his partner Paige Thorne.
When Collard was on the show for the first time back in 2018 he stirred up trouble by coupling with multiple women.
O'Neill's mental health struggles have been revealed by his sister who said he has faced difficulties as a consequence of his ADHD.
ITV have received criticism after fans accused them of 'turning a blind eye' to his mental well-being.
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