Millwall midfielder Shaun Williams has given an update on his contract situation and what stage negotiations over a new deal at The Den had reached.
But it was not a positive one with the 33-year-old confirming that talks have yet to be held regarding a new deal and that he will just keep trying to impress in order to convince his new manager that he is worthy.
“There’s been nothing yet,” he said, reported by News At Den.
“I just need to keep plugging away and see what happens.”
Should Williams be offered a new Millwall deal?
He may be well into his 30s now, but Williams has remained an integral member of the Londoner’s side this season, playing in 11 of their 15 games so far, all of which have been from the start.
During his time with the club he has made 245 appearances, scoring 19 goals and assisting 25 more, after signing from MK Dons in the January window of 2014.
But with Gary Rowett now at the helm, it is likely that any new deals will be put on ice for a while as he assesses what he has at his disposal.
The small matter of a derby clash with Charlton Athletic is now just a day away too and Williams will undoubtedly be remaining focused on that task.
I imagine Williams is starting to stress over his contract situation but I imagine he will be offered a fresh deal.
It may only be for another year, given his age, but he is clearly an important player for the Lions both on and off the field and one who is worthy of a place within the club.