Dusan Tadic has rubbished speculation he is unhappy with life at Southampton but admits he could still leave the club this summer.
The Serbia international was thought to be unhappy with manager Ronald Koeman’s handling of him this season, the Dutchman starting him on the bench more often than not since the turn of the year.
The former Groningen man was one of Saints’ best players last term but a change of formation, coupled with a dip in form, has seen him slide down Koeman’s pecking order.
Reports over the weekend suggested Tadic was seriously considering his future at St Mary’s and the playmaker admits he could move on come the summer.
However, Tadic has refuted talk he is unsettled on the south coast and has suggested he would be happy to stay put were he to receive more first-team football between now and the end of the season.
He told the Daily Echo: “Everything is okay, I like Southampton, I have great communication with the fans and that’s it. We will see at the end of the season what’s going to happen.
“You never can guarantee some things because I have two years contract after the summer and, you never know, not just for me, but for every player, you never know where itÂ’s your future.
“Football is like that you know, one day you are there, one day somewhere else.”