Andrew Surman: 'Decision on future will be made in summer'

Andrew Surman of Bournemouth attacks during the Capital One Cup First Round match between AFC Bournemouth and Portsmouth at The Goldsands Stadium on August 06, 2013
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Andrew Surman claims that a decision on his future will not be made until the summer.

Andrew Surman has insisted that he is not giving any thought to where his future lies until the summer.

The 27-year-old has spent the season on loan at Bournemouth from Norwich City, but he admits that he is unsure whether he will be wanted at Carrow Road after Chris Hughton was replaced by Neil Adams earlier this week.

"I am fully focused on what is happening here at the moment," Surman told the Bournemouth Echo. "We have five games left and I am concentrating my efforts on those.

"I know I am not going back to Norwich between now and the end of the season so I want to see out the season here, do as well as I can and then assess the situation in the summer.

"I've got a year left at Norwich so a lot will depend on what happens there. I will discuss my options at the end of the season and see what happens."

Surman has one year remaining on his current Norwich deal.

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