Norwich City’s on-loan midfielder, Andrew Surman has admitted that he is uncertain what the future holds for him as his season long loan at Bournemouth comes to an end.
Surman will play his last game of the loan spell against Millwall on Saturday but says he hasn’t had any contact from Norwich regarding the future.
“My future is still pretty much unknown,” he told BBC Radio Solent.
“I haven`t had any contact with Norwich, but I still have a year left on my contract there.
“Once I`ve spoken to the gaffer here to see what he wants to do and then see what Norwich want to do, then I can assess the situation.
“As of yet, I haven`t really got enough information from either side to make a decision on what I`m going to do.”
Norwich are now in the bottom three and staring down the barrell of relegation and if the worst should happen then a lot would seem to depend on who stays and who goes from the current squad. Surman has made 32 appearances for The Cherries and been an integral part of Eddie Howe’s squad that narrowly missed out on a play off place.
“They have quite a big squad there (at Norwich) and relegation would mean off-loading players, so you never know,” he added.
“I won`t know until a new manager comes in and I`ve spoken to him. Then I will get a better idea.”
Eddie Howe has spoken of his admiration for Surman and you can bet that the lad has enjoyed playing regular first team football. With just a year left on his contract, Surman is just one of many that will be looking to sort their futures out.