that they want to keep him beyond this season.
Up in the air: Sol Campbell's future
The 34-year-old Pompey captain insists he can play on for 'a few more years' but the FA Cup holders have yet to open talks.
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Campbell said: 'I'm just being professional and getting on with it. I want to carry on playing but I don't know what's going to happen.'
Meanwhile, Pompey's hopes of signing Sunday Obayan from Valencia have collapsed after he failed to agree terms.
The Spain Under 20 midfielder had been on loan at Osasuna, who were so sure he was leaving they had signed his replacement.