Swansea City manager Michael Laudrup has admitted that he is not sure whether winger Scott Sinclair will leave the club this month.
Sinclair revealed this week that he will not sign an extension to his current contract with the Swans that is due to run out at the end of this season.
This means that Swansea will have to sell him before the transfer window ends this month, or risk losing him for free next summer.
The 23-year-old was left out of the Swans' starting line-up against Queens Park Rangers on Saturday, but came on as a second-half substitute to score their final goal in a 5-0 victory at Loftus Road.
Laudrup conceded after the game that he does not know about the future of Sinclair, but insisted that the former Chelsea player is professional in his approach.
"There is no update," said the Dane. "Looking at him training, I had no problems putting him in the squad.
"In the end I chose Nathan [Dyer] and Wayne [Routledge] for the starting XI because they have both been here from the first day I came.
"We worked a lot together and Scott has only been here for nine or 10 days because he was at the Olympics.
"I think from what I've seen in training he is 100% focused and I don't know what will happen, not even Scott knows in this moment."