Norwich winger Lee Croft has confirmed talks about his future at the club are on hold until the end of the season.
Croft was presented with the club's player of the year award before Monday night's 2-0 defeat to Reading but is out of contract in the summer and, until the club know which division they will be playing in, any talks are on hold.
He told the Norwich Evening News: "As we said before, things are on hold for me and my contract at the moment. I'm going to sit down with the gaffer and other parties and we'll try to sort things out in the summer."
He added: "We are going to rely on another result but all we can do is go to Charlton and win. We must do that now.
"That's a must if we mean to keep our place in the league."
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