DARYL Clark insists reports linking him with a move away from Warrington Wolves are “all rumours.”

The hooker has been the subject of an increasing number of reports claiming he is on the verge of heading to Australia, with Gold Coast Titans said to be the most interested party.

The Wire confirmed this week they had not been approached to release Clark from his deal, which keeps him at The Halliwell Jones Stadium until November 2023.

“It's all rumours,” Clark told Sky Sports after scoring twice in the Challenge Cup victory over Catalans Dragons.

“You can never believe everything you read.”

Clark’s first-half brace proved to be the difference-maker as he helped his side to the semi-finals for the fourth consecutive season.

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Daryl Clark touches down in the first half. Picture by SWPix.com

He backed up a scything early break from Toby King to open the scoring before being in the right place at the right time to receive Chris Hill’s offload to touch down.

The 28-year-old played for most of the second half with a pectoral muscle injury as The Wire repelled wave after wave of Dragons pressure to book their spot in this evening’s draw.

“I hurt it around 25 minutes in and struggled with it throughout the second half, so at the end we got Matty Davis on,” he said about his injury.

“Hopefully it's nothing too serious.

“We made it difficult for ourselves. Our defence won it in the end – I thought it was pretty gritty.

“Toby King's killing it at the minute so wherever he's carrying that ball, I'm supporting him because he's making breaks and tackle busts really well this year and can come up with something like that.”