ADAM LUCIUS 08jul05 THE Randall era at Manly looks to have officially ended with confirmation the Sea Eagles have offered hooker Shayne Dunley a new two-year deal. Dunley will sign an upgraded contract within the next few days, virtually forcing hooking rival Chad Randall out of the club. The Sea Eagles have not made Randall an offer and plan to use skipper Michael Monaghan at No. 9 next season if they land Melbourne's Matt Orford. The Randall family has had a 35-year association with the Sea Eagles, beginning with former hardman and ex-international Terry Randall in the 1970s. "There's been nothing from Manly - their main priority is Matt Orford - so if something comes from another club then I'll definitely have a look at it," Chad Randall said last night. "It will come down to dollars and cents and the chance for more game time. "I'm willing to listen to offers from other clubs." Terry Randall, who played 208 games for Manly and was a member of the club's four premiership-winning sides in the 1970s, last month declared: "I just want them to be up front. If they don't want Chad, they should just be honest and tell him. "I'll be very, very disappointed and upset if they don't want him and they've just held on to him." Chad Randall and Dunley have shared the hooking role over the past two seasons, with the latter receiving the majority of game time this year. After shifting between clubs over recent years, Dunley was relieved to have finally secured his future. "It's good to know it's all sorted," he said yesterday. "I didn't want to go anywhere. Manly are going places and I want to be part of it."