On-loan striker Kevin Lisbie insists he is yet to hear of a potential recall by Ipswich.
New Town manager Paul Jewell brought Lee Martin back this week from his temporary spell at Charlton.
But Lisbie, who has been loaned out to fellow Championship outfit Millwall, has not been approached by the new boss.
And the 32-year-old, who is out of contract in the summer, admits he does not expect that to change after a disappointing spell at Portman Road.
After signing Lisbie from Colchester for £600,000 in 2008, Ipswich sent the former Charlton striker back on loan to the U's last season so his last appearance for the Tractor Boys was at the end of the 2008/09 season, during which he scored six goals from 24 league starts.
"I haven't heard anything at the moment, and I'm not exactly waiting by my phone," Lisbie told the Evening Star.
"But if Ipswich were to call me back, then it would presumably be to go straight back into the team.
"If something happens, then it happens, and I would see out my final few months at Ipswich.
No hard feelings
"I have nothing against the club, and I know that they could call me back at any time this month.
"There's a new manager in place and there's 12 days left for them to come in for me.
"I have no problem with coming back, even though things are going well at Millwall."
Lisbie has scored once in nine league games for Millwall, helping the Lions establish themselves in the top half of the Championship after being promoted just last season, while Ipswich are 20th, resulting in Roy Keane's departure.