Aron Gunnarsson has suggested he would be happy to stay at Coventry City, but feels it will take time to sort out a new contract.
The Iceland midfielder's current deal expires at the end of the season, but the Sky Blues revealed last week that an extension had been put to Gunnarsson.
The 22-year-old has enjoyed playing for Coventry and is now waiting to see what develops regarding his future over the next few weeks.
"I have obviously enjoyed my time here," Gunnarsson told the Coventry Telegraph. "It has been three years and I am used to it and if we don't get anything sorted then I will have to take it as a learning experience.
"I am still young with a long time to go in my career so I don't see any harm in staying here because I am still learning and I feel I can learn a lot of things under Andy Thorn.
"But I don't know if it is going to get sorted or not and I will have to wait until the summer because it will take at least a month to six weeks to get things sorted."
Gunnarsson was aware he would be offered a new deal, saying: "Andy is a genuine guy and tells us when things are going to happen and I knew it was coming.
"My agent knew it was coming as well and I will be speaking to him about it and take things from there.
"We need to look at my options. I have Norwich on Saturday and the Euro finals with Iceland in the summer and I am concentrating on those."