Wolfman may get the punt By Dean Ritchie November 06, 2008 http://www.news.com.au/dailytelegraph/story/0,22049,24607663-5001023,00.html WINGER David Williams was yesterday named to debut in Australia's World Cup side to play PNG this weekend - but there are no guarantees he will be retained by the premiers Manly. The Daily Telegraph understands Williams' manager David Riolo will next week hold contract negotiations with Sea Eagles coach Des Hasler. Williams is on a modest $50,000 base contract this year with Manly preparing to give him a considerable pay increase when his deal expires at the end of next season. But with salary cap issues, Manly privately claim they will not be rail-roaded into paying Williams a massive contract in the vicinity of $250,000 a season. If Williams asks for such a contract, he may well be told to look elsewhere. Manly chief executive Grant Mayer would not discuss the Williams negotiations but did say: "The club has five players off contract next year. "David's selection in the Australian side only adds to the complexity of the entire situation." When asked if he expected a contract upgrade, Williams said: "I certainly hope so. I'll look more into that after this (World Cup)."