WORCESTER Warriors legend Jonny Arr admits his future is “still up in the air” but is hoping to secure a new club “pretty soon”.

Offers have been coming in for the experienced scrum-half since announcing his departure from Worcester last month.

Arr came off the bench to play his 218th and final game for Warriors in last Saturday’s 31-29 victory over Saracens at Sixways.

The Worcester-born 30-year-old is now looking for pastures new and says he is weighing up his options over where to ply his trade next season.

“It is still up in the air,” said Arr on his future.

“I am keen to keep playing as I still feel like I have got a lot to give on the rugby field.

“I will make a decision pretty soon and then move forward with my head held high.”

Asked whether he had received any offers, Arr said: “Yes, things have started to come in now word has got around that I have not got a club.

“But I suppose it is about choosing what is the right fit for me and I will do that over the next few weeks.”

Arr, a former Royal Grammar School Worcester student, has also not ruled out joining a club overseas.

“We will just see what offers come in,” Arr added.

“I will consider all options certainly but the move has got to be right for me, my girlfriend and everyone else.

“I will take time to make a decision but as soon as I have done so I will start the next chapter.”

Arr spent 23 years at Warriors, starting in the club’s junior set-up before making his senior debut in 2007. He faced competition from several international number nines including Shaun Perry and Francois Hougaard but continued to fight for his place and remains one of only four players to make more than 200 appearances in the blue and gold.

His hopes of finishing his career at Worcester were dashed when a new deal failed to materialise with New Zealander Jono Kitto due to arrive this summer.

However Arr bowed out in style last weekend as he was given a hero’s welcome onto the pitch before helping Warriors defeat European champions Sarries.

“I am feeling a whole mix of emotions,” Arr said.

“On the one side I am sad to be going because I have spent a huge part of my life here but at the same time I know nothing lasts forever. I have been so fortunate to play rugby for as long as I have and even more fortunate to play for the club that I have grown up supporting.

“I have got no regrets. I will hold no grudges and will just move forward.”