Adam Drury is happy to wait and see whether he will be offered another contract at Norwich City after enjoying a 'fantastic evening' with his testimonial match on Tuesday.
Drury, 33, has been with the club since 2001 and his loyal service was recognised with a special post-season game against Celtic, which the Canaries won 2-0.
The defender admitted it had been a special feeling to see so many supporters turn out to show their respect for him, and did not want to be drawn on his own future.
It remains to be seen whether Drury will be kept on at Carrow Road, with manager Paul Lambert planning to hold talks with the player over the next few days.
But Drury believes he has performed well this season and will accept whatever decision Lambert makes.
Speaking about his testimonial match, Drury told Sky Sports News: "It's a bit surreal. I'm still in a bit of a daze from it.
"I had a fantastic evening and both sets of fans made it an unbelievable night. It is something I will remember for a long, long time."
Asked whether he had thoughts about earning another contract with the Canaries, Drury added: "I will just wait and see. I have just been thinking about tonight and that is what I want to talk about at the minute.
"I think I can still play a bit and I've done myself no harm this season, so I think it has gone okay."