The 26-year-old made 10 appearances for the Rhinos last season in the Super League after joining from NRL side Penrith Panthers, and helped the Headingley club turn their season around.
They lost only one match while he was in the ranks to end up ninth in the final standings.
The Papua New Guinea-born ace is due back at Leeds on January 3 but, in an interview with Brisbane’s Courier Mail, the former NRL hooker of the year appeared to question whether he will return to West Yorkshire.
"It's hard when it’s just you eating dinner by yourself within four walls, especially the type of person I am," he said. "You start missing home, you look on your phone and see your parents and friends, who I treat like family, and you’re a million miles away.
"That’s probably when I started questioning; ‘why am I doing this'?"