Chelsea captain John Terry has revealed that he has had no discussions with the club since revealing that he had been told he would not be earning a new contract.
Last weekend the 35-year-old said after the FA Cup fourth-round win over MK Dons that he would be leaving the club at the end of the season having been told that there was not a new deal on the table.
Chelsea quickly issued a statement suggesting that there was a possibility that the situation would change, but Terry, speaking after the 1-1 draw with Manchester United this evening, said that he has not spoken with the club about it this week.
"It's a difficult one," Terry told Sky Sports News. "The club is the most important thing but there's no communication at the moment.
"I said what I had to say, that's how it is. I've made it very clear I want to stay, but more important is getting up to where we should be in the table."
Chelsea looked on course for their first defeat in 11 games since Guus Hiddink's arrival as interim manager against United, but Diego Costa struck in the first minute of injury time to earn the 13th-placed Blues a point which moves them seven clear of the drop zone.