Rob Earnshaw's future at Nottingham Forest is uncertain
Nottingham Forest striker Rob Earnshaw says he is not certain if he will be at the City Ground next season, despite being offered a new deal.
Earnshaw, 30, who captains Wales against Scotland on Wednesday, is out of contract this summer and is being linked with a move north of the border.
"I'm obviously a free agent in the next month or so," Earnshaw said.
"I don't know what's going to happen. I don't know where I'm going to be playing next year."
He added: "Forest have been very good, to be fair. I still need to speak to Forest and still need to tie some things down."
The former Cardiff City, West Bromwich Albion and Norwich City striker has hit 45 goals in 113 appearances since signing for Forest from Derby for £2.65m in May 2008.