Dan Carpenter not thinking beyond end of season

Dan Carpenter insists that he is not yet thinking about his next move with his contract set to expire.

Buffalo Bills kicker Dan Carpenter has admitted that he has not given much thought to the end of the season after his contract expires.

Carpenter will become a free agent at the end of the campaign, which owing to the Bills' 4-9 record so far is likely to mean he will play just three more times for the team.

"My wife and I really enjoy Buffalo," Carpenter told the club's official website. "We like the people, we like the organisation, everyone's been great, the fans are great. I'm open to every option.

"I'm just worried about the next three games and what I can do. You can really only take it one kick at a time. When you look ahead, that's when you're going to screw up and have something happen that you don't want to happen.

"All I can worry about is what I'm doing today and what I'm doing tomorrow."

Before this season, Carpenter played for the Miami Dolphins.

Vincent Jackson #83 of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers makes a catch for a touchdown against Nickell Robey #37 of the Buffalo Bills at Raymond James Stadium on December 8 2013
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