On-loan Swansea City striker Lee Trundle is still waiting to learn whether he will be offered a permanent deal by the club.
Trundle returned to the Liberty Stadium on loan from Bristol City earlier in the season and is due to stay with the Swans until the New Year.
He has started only one game in the Championship for Paulo Sousa's side, but came off the bench to score twice in Saturday's 2-2 draw at Peterborough United.
The 33-year-old is keen to stay with Swansea in the long term, but manager Sousa is in no rush to make a decision on the popular forward's future.
"I realise the time is ticking by on my loan spell," said Trundle in Wales on Sunday.
"But it's hard to complain with the run the team has been on. Not knowing your future unsettles you though.
"You are fighting to stay at the club and it's the first time this has really happened to me.
"You feel you are on trial all the time. You are not fully relaxed and on edge.
"It affects me as I want to stay here so much and there's a lot to lose for me. It's my club and my home.
"But I'm still hopeful of staying. I haven't heard anything on my future yet from either club. So I will keep plugging away."