Paul Anderson is eagerly anticipating a new contract offer from Ipswich Town, but admits his future at the club is uncertain.
Anderson’s contract ran out at Portman Road after the play off semi final defeat to Norwich City, but the midfielder is keen to remain a Tractor Boys player next season.
As reported by the Birmingham Mail, Anderson is rumoured to be a transfer target of Blues boss Gary Rowett.
But the midfielder insists he’s settled in Suffolk, and would love remain a part of Mick McCarthy’s plans.
He said: “I’d love to be here but I’m also in the position where I’m a free agent. There may be some clubs that can offer me a nicer deal, but it doesn’t come down to that.
“I want to be happy and if Ipswich can offer me the best deal all round, not just talking about financial as I’m settled here, they would be my preference.”
Since his arrival in 2013, Anderson has made 68 appearances for Ipswich, scoring 7 goals.
His best moment was arguably in his last home game, scoring an equaliser against East-Anglia rivals Norwich City in the first leg of their play-off semi final.
After learning about his departure, Ipswich Town supporters have began an online petition calling for McCarthy to offer Anderson a new offer.
The 56 year old has promised to review the situation later in the summer.