Newcastle defender Tamas Kadar feels that his club's expected promotion back to the Premier League may leave him having to consider his future.
The 20-year-old has made a handful of appearances for the Magpies this season, mainly as a stand-in for the side's more established defenders.
But despite still being only in the fledgling years of his football career, Kadar is uncertain as to whether or not he will stay on at the club and continue to fight for a place in the first team.
The Hungarian admitted that while he trusted current boss Chris Hughton's judgement of him, he did feel that he was only being used as a replacement for other players.
"I feel Chris Hughton's trust, but to tell you honestly, I think I got my chance in the first team mainly due to injuries," he told Nemzeti Sport.
"After promotion in England there are big changes in the squads, I don't think that Newcastle would be an exception. I'm only 20 so I have time but I must play at this age.
"I must be more experienced and I must learn new things - on the pitch.
"I don't like talking about my future because anything can happen, maybe a loan spell would be best for me, I'm not sure.
"What's more, we haven't won promotion yet."