Notts County: Alan Sheehan focused on promotion amid uncertain future
ALAN Sheehan is not going to let uncertainty over his future at Notts County affect him.
The Irish left-back is out of contract at Meadow Lane at the end of this season – and he does not know if he will be offered a new one.
But he says he is fully focused on helping the Magpies get into the play-offs in League One.
The likes of Jeff Hughes, Julian Kelly and Alan Judge are also out of contract with the club in the summer and Sheehan said: "None of us have been contacted. It's up to the people at the top.
"It's nice to have stability, but nothing has been said to any of us."
The Magpies face Leyton Orient away in League One tomorrow, after picking up four points in their last two games at Meadow Lane, drawing 1-1 with Sheffield United and beating Oldham Athletic 1-0.
After a dip in form at the end of last year, Sheehan believes those two home results were big.
"I think it could be a turning point in our season," he said.
"We went through a sticky patch in December and we're determined to go on a run now to make a push for something.
"We all still believe there is something to push for at the moment.
"I'm sure there are a few people giving off a negative vibe, but I can say that all of us players and the manager are very united here at the moment.
"If we can get another result tomorrow, suddenly we will be the ones to watch out for."