Craig Bellamy confirmed on Wednesday afternoon he has received an offer to continue coaching in Melbourne and he will take the time to weigh up a decision on the Storm offer.
Amid speculation of his coaching future, the master coach told media at Melbourne Airport before his Melbourne's Round 12 trip to he has received an offer from the Storm hierarchy and has not been offered a contract with the Broncos at this stage.
"I haven't been made an offer from Brisbane," Bellamy confirmed.
"I sat down and had a chat with Paul White (Brisbane CEO) and that's about as far as it went.
"At the moment I have got an offer on the table from Storm and it has been there for a couple of weeks.
"Our program has been fairly hectic with a short turnaround and travel I haven't had the time to sit down and give it the time to make a decision."
Bellamy made it clear Friday night's important clash with the Cowboys in Townsville was his focus and he would take some time over during the bye week following the match to further think about his decision.
"We've got a week off after this weekend so hopefully I'll be able to give it a fair bit of thought and go through what I need to go through to make a decision," Bellamy said.
"The first thing I will be doing is deciding what I want to do with the Melbourne offer.
"There are a lot of things to think about, without a doubt."