IN-DEMAND centre Jackson Willison admits he is still weighing up his future after revealing he had attracted interest from “overseas”.

The New Zealander has featured heavily in Worcester Warriors’ midfield since his arrival from French Top 14 side Grenoble in the summer of 2016.

But Willison’s deal is due to finish at the end of this season and Warriors appear to have a fight on their hands to keep him at the club.

Bath, who take on Worcester at Sixways in the Aviva Premiership tomorrow (7.45pm), have been linked with a move for Willison.

But the 29-year-old said the Somerset side were not the only club chasing his signature as he continues to consider his options.

“It has been quite refreshing as there has been a bit of overseas interest as well,” Willison said.

“But I have not made a decision and for me anything going forward would be a rugby decision.”

Willison has a wealth of experience having spent five seasons in Super Rugby, playing for Chiefs and Bulls.

He joined Grenoble ahead of the 2014-15 campaign before making the move to Warriors where he has made 35 appearances.

Newly-appointed director of rugby Alan Solomons has recently taken over contract negotiations with players.

But Willison insisted he had been put under “no pressure” to pen any deal put in front of him.

“I have not rushed into anything yet mainly because the rugby has been too important to me,” Willison said.

“As a squad we have said this block of Premiership games are quite important to try to get up the log so that’s the main focus.

“Hopefully there will be a decision soon on what I intend to do but I am certainly under no pressure from any clubs or Warriors.”

However, Willison said he had been impressed with 67-year-old Solomons who has recently taken over from Gary Gold as Worcester’s chief.

“Solly’s rugby philosophy really suits myself so there are no arguments from me,” Willison said.

“He has been working in the game for many years and I think it is down to his philosophy which gets the best out of the players.

“We were happy with Gary and we always knew he was going to be here until the end of the season.

“Solly likes to make sure everything is in place and there is a lot more ownership on the players which is good to see.”

Willison added: “I have played a lot of rugby (at Warriors) and touch wood we can build from here.

“Solly has put down the building blocks and as a club and squad we need to follow him.”