Wolves loanee Michael Mancienne admits he is in the dark over his long-term future.
Chelsea allowed the versatile 23-year-old to go on loan to Molineux for a third time this season.
The former England Under-21 international hopes to secure Premier League survival with Wolves after helping them win the Championship title in 2008/09.
Mancienne will then return to Stamford Bridge at the end of the season as he is under contract with Chelsea until June 2013.
But he is unsure if he will go out on loan again next term or be a part of Carlo Ancelotti's first-team squad.
"I've got to go back to Chelsea," he said.
"But beyond that, I can't say what's going to happen because I don't know myself.
"All I know is staying up would definitely top winning promotion because of the pressure on us.
"Everyone was expecting us to go down but hopefully we can prove them all wrong."
Sunday's 3-1 derby win over bitter rivals West Brom took Wolves one point above the drop zone with just two games left.
"We're out of the bottom three but I don't think we've got enough points to be safe," Mancienne added.
"We've got to take what we did on Sunday into the next game and keep going. We can't take our foot off the pedal."
Mancienne has only just returned from a knee injury and although he was operating in a holding midfield role earlier in the campaign, he is now in his preferred centre-back position alongside Jody Craddock.
"It feels good to be back involved, especially after winning a game," he said. "I'm really happy.
"I'm really enjoying it again because I'm playing in the position I came here for.
"Playing alongside Jody is a massive help as well. He's a big character and he's a great defender."
Wolves visit Sunderland on Saturday before hosting Blackburn on the final day.