Striker Kevin Lisbie had admitted that he does not know where he will be playing next season, with talks stalling over a permanent switch to Millwall.
The former Jamaica international made 23 appearances, scoring four times, during a season-long loan spell at Millwall after joining from Ipswich last summer.
However, the 32-year-old has told skysports.com that the recent departure of top scorer Steve Morison to Norwich might not necessarily increase his chances of rejoining the Lions.
"Unfortunately, we are a long way from agreeing terms at the moment," he explained.
"I spoke to the gaffer at the end of the season and he told me that he was going to offer me something.
"He did offer me something, but I'm not keen on what he offered me, so I'm hoping that they will come back to me with an improved deal, but we will have to wait and see.
"You just never know with managers to be honest and he might have got replacements lined up already.
"I'm hoping that there is still a place for me there and if so then Morison's departure might mean I get a chance up front instead of being used out wide or a little deeper."