LEEDS Rhinos have revealed that Adam Cuthbertson suffered a shoulder fracture in last weekend's Coral Challenge Cup win.

Cuthbertson, who will join York City Knights next season, came off the bench in Leeds' 17-16 victory over Salford Red Devils at Wembley Stadium.

As a result of the injury, the 35-year-old may have played his final game for the Rhinos, having won two Super League titles, one League Leaders' Shield and two Challenge Cups in his six seasons with the West Yorkshire club.

Leeds Rhinos head coach Richard Agar told BBC Radio Leeds: "It's going to be an uphill struggle for him to get back in time.

"He's going to do everything he can to get himself back on the field if he can.

"If we can get a little further into the play-offs then that might give him half a chance.

"He's always been the upmost professional in my time here. He's contributed enormously to Leeds' success in his time here.

"For an overseas player coming in he has been a terrific clubman."