Bradford Bulls chief executive Robbie Hunter-Paul tells the Super League Show that the embattled club is still "on show" as the Rugby Football League considers potential buyers.
Hunter-Paul, who is one of four directors of the Bradford Bulls 2014 company which took over the running of the Odsal club, is confident they can retain ownership, despite interest coming from new sources, including London-based businessman Richard Lamb.
While it was announced that a change of ownership was completed last month, the club had gone into temporary administration on 31 January after a deal to transfer previous owner Oman Khan's shares collapsed.
Bradford Bulls 2014 are operating on a temporary Super League license, allowing other consortiums a chance to prove they are better equipped to take over.
Hunter-Paul hopes the work they have already done will help them avoid a points deduction for going into administration.