Fulham striker Diomansy Kamara claims he has been the subject of interest from other clubs as he considers his future at Craven Cottage.
The Senegal international admitted last month he would consider his options at the end of the season after struggling to hold down a regular place in the starting XI since his arrival from West Brom.
Kamara won his place back in the side for the final few games of the season and played an instrumental role in helping Fulham avoid the drop including two goals in the dramatic 3-2 win at Manchester City.
The African admits he is unsure if he will be at Fulham next season as he weighs up interest from rival clubs.
Fulham forward Diomansy Kamara has confirmed he has been contacted by other clubs and is not sure whether he will still be at Craven Cottage next season.
Contact"I've had contact from other clubs and I don't know whether I'll be at Fulham next season," Kamara told the Daily Mail.
"Let's say there is an 80 percent chance I'll stay."
Another player unsure of his future at Craven Cottage is Steven Davis, who is currently on loan at Rangers.
Davis has impressed at Rangers since being allowed to go out loan during the January transfer window and a number of clubs are thought to waiting in the wings
The Northern Ireland international is planning talks with Fulham boss Roy Hodgson to find out what his plans are before deciding his future.
"It will be down to Fulham now and what their thoughts are," said Davies.
Talks"I'll have to speak to the manager first because I'm still under contract and that's going to be a factor.
"It still hasn't even been discussed."