Fulham’s veteran goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer is out of contract out his current club, but despite being uncertain of his next destination or where his next pay cheque will be coming from, he says he is not worried and things will work out.
The concern over his future arose this week when Italian side Roma claimed on Monday that their goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg had sealed a £4million switch to Craven Cottage, seemingly pushing Schwarzer further towards the exit door.
The Australia international, who joined Fulham from Middlesbrough in 2008, is keen for regular action next season in order to secure his international place ahead of the 2014 World Cup finals, and admits his future could not be in England.
In fact, he does not know where he will be playing next season, but is confident a resolution will be found sooner rather than later.
"There's no new developments; there's no new discussions; there's no nothing," said Schwarzer.
"Something will be sorted out - I've got no worries about that. I've got no idea at this stage where I'm going to be. I'm open to anything."