JOSH Hannay's future at the Cowboys appears clouded after the former Origin centre was dropped for tomorrow's top-of-the-table showdown with Newcastle at EnergyAustralia Stadium. Hannay trained with the Young Guns yesterday after being told by Cowboys coach Graham Murray he would not play against the Knights. Rookie Gavin Cooper will start at right centre in place of Hannay, with Young Guns back Mark Henry the new 18th man. Hannay said yesterday he had been punted from the squad because Murray felt he was not offering the Cowboys enough potency in attack. "It's pretty disappointing," he said. "Muzz didn't say a whole lot but indicated he was looking for a bit more from me with the footy. "It's never a good feeling being dropped but I'll get on with things as best as I can." Hannay, a veteran of 143 first- grade games, is off-contract this season and said he would seriously consider his future this season. The 26-year-old has already been mentioned as a possible target for the Gold Coast Titans, who are looking to add quality outside backs to their playing roster for next season. "I'll be weighing things up, absolutely," he said. "I have to think about what's ahead for me and in a couple of months time I'll definitely be looking at my options. "The Gold Coast franchise is very exciting and to be there from the start would be a great challenge. "But my major concern this year was getting back on the paddock and staying injury-free." Lyon doesnt even know what he wants to do with himself. He gets bored wherever he goes. Sign Hannay up.