Sheffield United midfielder James Harper admits his future is up in the air.
The former Reading man joined the Blades on a permanent basis earlier this year after initially signing on loan.
His current deal is due to expire in the summer and he admits that he has not yet held any talks with the club about extending his stay at Bramall Lane.
"My contract is up at the end of the season so who knows what's going to happen," Harper told The Sheffield Star.
"The club has not spoken to me and I have not spoken to the club so I don't know what's going on.
"I will see what offers come in and I will leave it to my agent.
"I know I am a good player and I believe in my ability. I know there will be someone who will want me so I've got no worries about that.
"I know I am good enough and I'm on a free transfer as well so no club has got to pay any money for me."
Harper insists that he has not ruled out the prospect of making a return to the Premier League.
"Every player wants to play as high as they can," he said.
"I was in the Premier League for two years at Reading so it would be nice to have another crack at it."