Aberdeen full back Shay Logan has today reportedly cast doubt on his Dons future – suggesting he may move on when his contract expires at the end of the season.
Logan joined the Dons on loan in January 2014 and penned a two year deal at Pittodrie the following summer.
That contract expires at the end of this season and despite Derek McInnes wanting to extend his deal, Logan today said any decision over whether to stay in the north-east or return south will come down to his family, who are originally from Manchester.
The 27-year-old right back said: “At this moment in time I am not in a position to commit to anything.
“I want to have a talk with my family and my manager and see what is the best outcome for me.
“I am not putting any eggs in any basket and saying I want to go or I want to stay.
“I am not going to say that because at this moment in time I don’t know what I want personally or what is best for my family.
“At the end of the day it all comes down to family with me.”
Logan has established himself as a fans favourite with the Red Army and despite the uncertainty over his future he insists he will continue to give everything he can for the Dons.
The highly rated Englishman added: “At the moment I am under contract with Aberdeen for this season and I will give my all.
“Maybe in January we will see what happens on that front.
“But, to be honest, I haven’t really thought about it, because that is not my goal at the minute.
“My goal is just to give 110% for Aberdeen for the time I am here and then we will see what happens.”