Carlisle defender Evan Horwood has admitted he is unsure whether he will be offered a new contract in the summer.
Horwood, who joined the Cumbrians from Sheffield United in January 2008, has been a regular starter in recent weeks.
And he now faces an anxious wait to see if he figures in the future plans of manager Greg Abbott.
"I've really enjoyed the run that I have had in the side. I'm not sure what's happening with me, so that could have been my last game here at Carlisle," Horwood said after Saturday's 1-1 draw with Walsall.
"There haven't been any talks at all yet, but I'm hoping that the gaffer will pull me in at some time in the next week.
"I've played a lot of games, but we'll have to wait and see what happens. It's hard to know that you may only have a week to go before you are out of contract, but it's part of football and you have to deal with it.
"I'd like to stay, I'm happy here and it's no secret that the manager hasn't been my biggest fan at different stages in the past.
"I've tried to prove him wrong with the way that I've played and we'll just have to see if I've done that and what happens next."