Notts County four play waiting game
NOTTS County look set to wait until the end of the season to decide the future of key men.
There are several players out of contract at Meadow Lane in the summer and they are all still in the dark about if the club is going to offer them a new deal or not.
Midfielder Alan Judge is the only one that has been offered a new deal, but he rejected it and looks set to leave the Magpies on a Bosman free transfer.
Captain Neal Bishop has also earned a one-year extension to his contract by starting more than 20 games this season, which will keep him at the club until 2014.
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But the likes of Jeff Hughes, Alan Sheehan and Julian Kelly are still waiting to find out their fates and Notts also have to decide whether to activate a one-year extension to French striker Yoann Arquin's deal.
Chris Kiwomya will be in charge until the end of the season and he said: "The players that are up are playing for themselves as well as the club.
"It's irrelevant to me at the moment, I'm going to pick a team that I think can win a game.
"Sometimes you can grasp the moment and sometimes you can be a little bit edgy not knowing what is coming.
"But a lot of them are experienced players so they should be able to deal with the scenario.
"You are going to have one or two that don't want to get injured, but you have got to go out and seize the moment.
"Their contracts are up so they can find another club or we can offer them something if they do well.
"We could still get into the play-offs and go up, you never know, so it's all up for grabs and that is what I have been saying to them."