Derby striker Robert Earnshaw admits his future at Pride Park is hanging in the balance.
Earnshaw has struggled to secure a regular place in the Rams' first XI following his record £3.5million move from Norwich last summer.
Derby have already been condemned to Premier League relegation and Earnshaw believes manager Paul Jewell will need to overhaul his squad if he is to steer the Rams to an immediate return to the top-flight.
And Earnshaw - who has been linked with moves to Bristol City, Nottingham Forest, Crystal Palace and Charlton - confesses his own future at Derby is in doubt.
"A lot of it is speculation, I'm sure," Earnshaw said in the Derby Evening Telegraph when asked about a possible move away from Derby.
"I don't really know what's going to happen in the summer. We'll have a look at it.
"The whole club is going to have a lot of people coming and going in the summer so I don't know.
"But there are four games to go and a month left of the season, so you've got to see what happens."