Alex Tettey is refusing to confirm whether he will remain at Norwich next season and is staying focused on getting fully fit.
The midfielder missed the final six weeks of the season after picking up an injury, and had to watch on as Norwich dropped into the Championship.
Tettey still has just over 12 months remaining on his current contract and was not giving too much away when asked if he would still be at Carrow Road to help the Canaries bounce straight back to the top flight.
“If I want to play in the Premier League than the Championship, itÂ’s something I would keep to myself, so IÂ’m saying no comment to that question,” he said.
“Honestly I havenÂ’t thought about my future after the relegation. All my thoughts have gone to becoming fit from my ankle injury. But I have also been very sad, because we went down from the Premier League. It was a relegation which was unnecessary, in my opinion.
“I am in the rehabilitation phase, and hope to be injury-free at the start of June.”