Norwich City midfielder Andrew Surman admits that he doesn't know where he will be playing his football next season as his loan spell with Championship side Bournemouth draws to a close.
The former Wolves man is due to return to Carrow Road following The Cherries' last game of the campaign against Millwall this weekend.
However, with the Canaries still uncertain over their Premier League status and the appointment of a new manager a possibility in the summer, Surman says that he will have to wait and see what the future brings.
“I haven’t had any contact with Norwich, but I still have a year left on my contract there," he told Bournemouth's official website.
“Once I’ve spoken to the gaffer here (Bournemouth) to see what he wants to do and then see what Norwich want to do, then I can assess the situation."
“They have quite a big squad there and relegation would mean off-loading players, so you never know,”
“I won’t know until a new manager comes in and I’ve spoken to him. Then I will get a better idea.”
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