Wolves striker Rafa Mir has admitted he doesn’t know where he’ll be playing his football at the start of next season.
Mir shone on loan at Huesca in La Liga but has just a year left on his Molineux contract.
He told Spanish outlet Marca he knows he’s got a big decision to make in the summer.
“I still have a year left on my contract,” said Mir. Let’s see what happens during the summer … I’m calm.
“The truth is that it is a compromising moment, you have to make a decision soon and I don’t know what will happen.
“I trust the people who are with me and always knowing where I come from, how much it has cost me to get here and what I want, which is to keep learning and improving.
I want to continue growing as a footballer and I will try to find that place where I can. I belong to my English team and we have a decision to make this summer, but it is not up to me. My agents are working on it.”
Some Wolves fans have had their say on Mir’s comments.
It looks set to be a summer of change at Molineux, with Bruno Lage looking set to be the man coming in.
He’ll have his own view on Nuno Espirito Santo’s squad and the loanees should get a fresh start.
Lage prefers a 4-4-2 formation, which led some supporters to call for Mir to stay to give Wolves greater attacking depth next season.
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