WES Foderingham has revealed he is not currently in any discussions over a contract extension at the County Ground.
The stopper, signed a few weeks into the 2011/12 season, is out of contract in the summer having made major strides in his three years at the Country Ground.
When pushed over his contractual situation by BBC Wiltshire, Foderingham admitted no talks are currently ongoing and that, despite a desire to play at a higher level, promotion to the Championship will not be the only factor when it comes to him deciding whether or not to stay in Wiltshire.
“No, none, it’s probably one which will wait until the end of the season and we’ll see where we are,” he said when asked if he’s in talks.
“I’ve always said I’d like to try and play at the highest level possible, so if we get promoted then that’s another level up. So we’ll look at it if that happens.
“That’s not me saying that if we don’t go up I’m not going to say, I’m not saying that, so it’s down to the chairman to make me an offer and for him and my representatives to speak to see what can happen or can’t happen.”
With promotion likely to increase the chance of Foderingham staying with the Robins, the Town keeper is happy with where his side find themselves now.
“We’ve had a good start, not many expected us to be here and we’re still in the mix,” he said.
“If we keep playing how we have been then we’ll still be there.”