Date: 19th June 2010 at 3:37pm
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Lee Trundle admits that he has doubts about his Swansea City future.

The popular striker returned to the Swans on loan last season and he’s now hoping the move becomes permanent after he was released by Bristol City.

However, that’s looking unlikely as Huw Jenkins is still waiting for a decision from manager Paulo Sousa – who wasn’t a big fan of the scouser as he rarely played him.

Trundle admits he might have to start looking for other clubs soon:

“I want to stay at Swansea, I thought I was going to get that chance and I still hope I do.

“But, as time drags on, I have to start being a bit more realistic. The last I heard was when I spoke to chairman at the start of the week and he said he was still waiting for a final decision from the gaffer.

“That puts me in a difficult situation because I can`t keep hanging on. I have to start looking around other clubs because otherwise I risk getting to July without having a club.

“If Swansea don`t want to keep me, I will have to accept that. But I need to start considering other options in case the worst does happen.

“This is the first time in my career that I have been in this position. I have never had to deal with this sort of uncertainty before and I find it very daunting.”