West Ham United defender Anton Ferdinand is unsure of where his future lies despite holding talks with manager Alan Curbishley.
The centre-back has been linked with a summer transfer away from Upton Park, with Aston Villa and Newcastle United believed to be interested.
Ferdinand, 23, has insisted he is content with The Hammers, but admits his future remains unclear.
"I don't know what is happening. I am happy at West Ham and until I get told I am not a West Ham player I remain a West Ham player," he told Sky Sports News.
"Hopefully that will get resolved soon. I had a little chat with him (Curbishley) this morning, which went well and now we are looking to see where we can go from here."
Meanwhile, midfielder Mark Noble has rubbished recent press reports linking him with a move to Arsenal.
"Talk about the way I play is flattering, but I want to concentrate on West Ham," the 21-year-old said.
When asked if he was set to join Arsenal this summer, Noble replied: "No, I think it is just rumours. I am happy where I am."