Despite being seen by witnesses on the Gold Coast discussing things with Michael Searle and Sam Ayoub, Noyce has no plans to question Myles on what was spoken about.
Despite the Titans keen interest in the 25-year old Myles, Noyce insists that the QLD back-rower will be staying at the Roosters.
“Nate’s here for another 20-odd months. Well, he’s certainly contracted for another 20 months or so,” the Roosters CEO said.
“Our focus is on that more than anything else.”
He reinforced the point when asked if Myles would be getting an early release from the club to join the Titans.
“You’re getting ahead of yourself. He’s contracted here for 21 months or whatever it is.”
Despite rumours suggesting that Noyce and the Roosters board were not impressed with Myles meeting with Searle, Noyce denied it.
“Under the NRL rules that are in place now, players are able to have their meetings,” he said.
“We know that they happen. Sometimes I guess people find out about them and maybe sometimes people don’t.”