WIGAN coach Brian Noble has underlined his commitment to the club following one of the most tumultuous weeks in their history.

The deduction of four points for breaching the engage Super League's salary cap last week was swiftly followed by a shock loss to Catalans Dragons in the Carnegie Challenge Cup semi-finals.

Since then chairman Maurice Lindsay has announced his intention to stand down at the end of the season and owner Dave Whelan is also considering a takeover offer.

Noble said: "There is that element of uncertainty. It will be interesting to see who the new owners are and what their visions are for the club.

"If I'm in the equation all well and good, if not I'm pretty confident in my own ability that something will come up anyway.

"But I would like to stay here, I would like to finish the job in relation to making this club's standing - that doesn't necessarily mean winning trophies, it means having a good standing and being competitive every week and something the fans and the town can be proud of."

Wigan owner Dave Whelan, meanwhile, has revealed he has received two bids for the club, with a third consortium interested, as he looks to sell in the next few weeks.

Leading the way is millionaire businessman and lifelong fan Ian Lenagan.

Wigan-born Lenagan, who is chairman of the Sports Cafe chain and has a computer software company, is the major shareholder at Harlequins and is believed to have tabled an offer.

He is rumoured to be heading a consortium which includes former Wigan players Joe Lydon and Phil Clarke.