New Zealand international defender Winston Reid has admitted his future with West Ham is up in the air.
The Hammers were relegated from the Premier League after Sunday's 3-2 loss to Wigan and although the defender's preference is to remain at West Ham, he is prepared to accept any decision that comes his way.
"Relegation here is such a massive thing. I don't think people understand it really but it just turns a club upside down," Reid told 3news.
"If you get a manager that tells you, 'I don't think I'll need your services for next season', then you're going to have to find something new aren't you?
"Because I'm only 22 I don't really want to. I would rather be playing football regularly."
Reid's first season into his three-year deal at Upton Park has been punctuated by injuries and managed only 12 appearances in all competitions.
A number of clubs from Italy, Germany and the Premiership are reportedly interested in the All White, but the player has denied receiving any offers to date.