CHARLIE Daniels insists “nothing’s happened yet” regarding a possible new contract at Cherries.

The 33-year-old’s current deal expires in the summer.

Daniels is not expected to play again this season having undergone surgery to repair the dislocated patella in his right knee, suffered during a game against Manchester City in August.

And the left-back, who joined Cherries from Leyton Orient in 2011, is unsure where his future lies.

Asked if he was in discussions over a new deal, Daniels told the Daily Echo: “Nothing’s happened yet. Obviously it’s difficult for the club at the minute because when I did it (the knee) they didn’t know how long I was going to be out for and then the January transfer window has happened and stuff like that. Nothing has happened at the minute so we’ll just see what happens over the next couple of months.”

Having served the club for more than eight years, the defender admits it would be shame if his last appearance ended by being stretchered off the pitch at Vitality Stadium.

He said: “No, I wouldn’t want it ideally. But you never know what happens in football. I’m just more focused on me trying to get fit more than anything.”