PHIL ROTHFIELD Sports Editor-at-large • The Daily Telegraph • November 24, 2013 12:00AM Anthony Mundine has revealed at least three NRL clubs are chasing his 'brother' Blake Ferguson for next season. Denying he has already signed with the South Sydney Rabbitohs, Mundine says the Sharks and Warriors are also interested. " (Shane) Flanagan has been texting him and I've spoken to Madge (McGuire) a couple of times," Mundine said. "The Warriors are interested too. There is plenty demand there but our focus is the fight right now. "After that we'll move forward and get Blake sorted. The kid is an exceptional talent. "He can be the best centre in the world. He's got all the skills and so much mongrel." The hottest rumour in rugby league on Friday was that Ferguson was a done deal at Souths. Mundine insists it's not right. "Because of my association with Rusty and other at Souths, people think he's going there," he said. "I want the best for Blake, not me. "Not just for his footy but to put him into the right environment that's going to be healthy for him." Ferguson still needs to convince the NRL integrity unit that he can have his contract registered for 2014. The NRL will monitor his upcoming court case on an indecent assault charge, which he denies, before making a decision. His registration was cancelled at the end of last season when he was sacked by the Canberra Raiders. Ferguson, who will fight on the Mundine-Mosley undercard on Wednesday night, is the fittest he's even been. He has converted to Islam, is off the drink and is training seven days a week. Mundine has taken over Ferguson's affairs after he recently split with player manager Sam Ayoub.