Darren O'Dea has admitted that the change in management at Ipswich has left his immediate future up in the air.
The Celtic defender had agreed to stay at Portman Road for the rest of the season but has yet to meet with new boss Paul Jewell and could yet return to Glasgow.
He said: "It was all agreed that my loan would be extended and I would be with Ipswich until the end of the season.
"But this was under the management of Roy Keane, and I don't know now what will happen under a new manager.
"I want to stay, but I will have to wait for it to be sorted and I'm just concentrating on playing Arsenal in the Carling Cup at Portman Road on Wednesday and then the Championship game at Millwall on Saturday."