Henderson wants to stay with Southland
David Henderson is keen to remain at the helm of the Stags, as long as he's wanted.
Henderson has coached the Stags since he and then co-coach Simon Culhane replaced Phil Young in 2005.
He took over as head coach in 2011 after Culhane accepted a new role as an assistant at the Highlanders.
Henderson was initially assisted by Peter Skelt, but the job was filled this year by Mark Ozich.
"I'll go with what comes out of the review process. That's been very thorough this year, it's been run externally. To me it's about seeing how that goes and what comes out of that," he said.
"I've very keen to carry on, but if those things don't turn up positively you are better to walk away."
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