Danny Crow would be keen to stay at Notts County as he fears he has no future at Peterborough.
Danny Crow would be keen to stay at Notts County as he fears he has no future at Peterborough United.
The striker has returned to Meadow Lane for a second spell on loan after his first stint was cut short by a metatarsal injury.
He has a further season to run on his contract at Peterborough, but feels he is not part of Darren Ferguson's long-term plans.
Crow is unsure what the future holds, but he has not ruled out signing a permanent deal with the Magpies.
"I don't know where my future is. I don't know what Peterborough are thinking," Crow told County's official website.
"I don't think my face fits there to be honest. I have been training and not playing, but that isn't doing anything for my career because I want to better myself and play at the highest level I can.
"Hopefully at the end of the season coming to Notts County permanently is an option. Obviously that depends what the coaching staff are thinking, and we will have to see from Peterborough's end."