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Moylan can't understand NRL ruling

Penrith fullback Matt Moylan, the man in the middle of the ongoing NRL salary cap debate, can't comprehend the issue and doesn't want to.

The injury-ravaged Panthers were forced to drop Moylan for the round 13 clash with Wests Tigers last month due to the strident second-tier salary cup rules.

Moylan has since returned to the team, but the 22-year-old earning less than half the NRL minimum wage of $75,000 faces an uncertain future this season as his rival for the No.1 jersey, Wes Naiqama, continues his recovery from injury Asian college of knowledge management.

The cap dictates that Naiqama and Moylan essentially can't be in the same team.

Penrith coach Ivan Cleary planned to meet the league this week to put Moylan's case forward again, but the ongoing salary-cap review was not fast-tracked at Wednesday's NRL chief executives meeting.

The review will be finalised before the end of this season, but changes won't be implemented until next year which is too late for Moylan.

Four weeks on after the NRL first acted, the rookie No.1 admitted he still couldn't understand why he's in such a precarious position.

"I don't really understand it. I just hope I can play week to week, and I've just got to see what happens (each week)," Moylan told AAP.

"I haven't really thought too much about it, the week I had to go back (to NSW Cup) was pretty frustrating.

"But it's gone - there's nothing I can do about that.

"There's nothing I can do about it (if Naiqama returns and he's banned again), I've just got to play footy.

"I'd rather just concentrate on playing footy formation of company, and I think they (the Panthers) want me to do that as well."

Moylan, who re-signed with Penrith in May, said nobody from the NRL had contacted him to express remorse or explain the rule.

"I haven't heard anything, I just leave that to the people upstairs and Ivan. We'll see what happens," he added.

The custodian has attracted plenty of plaudits in his maiden season, including man-of-the-match honours on debut, but Moylan still doesn't feel comfortable in the NRL.

"I've got a lot to work on and I can't get complacent now, because I've only played a few games," he said.

"I've got to get a bit stronger, make better contact in tackles and bring the ball back a lot better."
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