On loan Coventry midfielder David Prutton says he is unsure where he’ll be playing his club football next season after confirming he is yet to speak with the powers that be at Coventry City.
Prutton, 32, signed for the Sky Blues on loan in March from Championship club Sheffield Wednesday and has made 5 appearances for the Midlands club.
The midfielder had previously scored 1 goal in 10 for Wednesday earlier on in the season.
He’s had playing spells at Nottingham Forest, Southampton and Leeds United along with Colchester United, Swindon Town and Scunthorpe United which has seen him ply his trade in England’s top three divisions.
Along with this, Prutton also has 25 England under 21 caps to his name.
The Coventry loanee is out of contract in the Summer and a contract extention with Sheffield Wednesday looks unlikely as this is his second loan spell away from Sheffield since he signed on at Hillsborough in 2011.
Coventry’s lack of funds may also restrict their chances of signing many players on permanent deal, especially Prutton who may demand high wages due to his top flight experience.
“Hopefully I’ll be playing football somewhere – but, as for where, I really don’t know,” he told BBC Coventry and Warwickshire radio..
“My situation mirrors thousands of footballers in that you get to end the of the season and see where you are.”
Prutton will be hoping for contract talks when Coventry secure their place in League 1 for next season which they will do should they defeat Champions Wolves on Saturday.
A huge achievement for Coventry as they started the season on minus 10 points.