Norwich winger Darren Huckerby has given the clearest indication yet that he will leave the Canaries at the end of the season.
The 31-year-old has suffered an injury-hit year and has been in and out of Glenn Roeder's side and looks set to join the retiring Dion Dublin in making his last appearance at Carrow Road against QPR next weekend.
He told the Pink'Un: 'All I can tell you is what I know, and at this present time it looks like I will be leaving. But no hard feelings, that's life.
'I don't want my last couple of games to be where the club get relegated, and I think that will be unfair on me and unfair on the lads, but we are in a position because we haven't won enough games and hopefully we can get ourselves out of this situation and I can look back on this as being probably the best part of my career.
'At times over the last four years I have felt unstoppable, I felt that no-one could stop me and I only felt that because the fans showed me that much respect and they loved me that much that they expected things to happen every time I got the ball.'