David Worrall has accused Bury's directors of keeping him and his team-mates in the dark over the club's financial situation.
Last week the Shakers launched a public appeal for £1million of external funding to secure their future, a search that subsequent club statements claim is progressing encouragingly.
Defeat to Oldham last weekend confirmed relegation to League Two for Kevin Blackwell's men before Worrall, 22, captained them to a 2-1 win over Scunthorpe in midweek.
The player has previously stated his desire to play at Championship level but insists his own future is not the main concern.
"No one has spoken to us, so we're all still scratching our heads," he told the Bury Times.
"It would be nice for someone to come and speak to us, but that's up to them. They run it, so they can do what they want.
"If I need to be off the wage bill then we are going to have to sort something out.
"If he (chairman Brian Fenton) wants me to stay, then we are going to have to talk and see where my future is.
"But I feel more sorry for the players who have got a mortgage and all that to pay for.
"I'm more worried about them and what they are going to do. Hopefully they will get it sorted."