Zoe Marshall yesterday assured her radio listeners she wasn't "going anywhere just yet" - despite her sports star husband Benji last night being linked to the Cronulla Sharks.

Benji Marshall, 29, is planning a return to Sydney and switching back to league after just eight months back in his home country playing for the Blues.

He moved to New Zealand last year after finishing with the league side Wests Tigers.

His wife joined ZM as an afternoon radio host less than three months ago and claimed on the show yesterday she wasn't sure what was happening.


"I only heard about this on Sunday and I think a lot has to be discussed and there are things between Benji and the Blues that they need to work out so I actually don't know ... there's so much to work out about what's going on. I know the papers are trying to say that something's decided when it actually isn't.

"This is a part of the industry that I'm in, in media, and also a part of the industry that he's in, in football. They move around unfortunately so who knows what's going to happen."

She told her co-hosts Jay Reeve and Paul Flynn: "I love you guys, I love working here and I'm not going anywhere just yet."

She later added: "We'll just roll with the punches, whatever comes whatever happens."

She also praised her new home.

"I love New Zealand, I love the lifestyle here. I love my job and I love you guys."

When asked how her husband was, Mrs Marshall said: "He's really good, he's okay."

Mrs Marshall did not respond to a request for interview through her talent agency, 62 Models, last night.

- Staff reporter