The West Bromwich Albion defender is unsure what the future will bring but he seems happy to let it play out.
West Bromwich Albion defender Jonas Olsson has been speaking to the Birmingham Mail about his current situation at The Hawthorns, with his contract expiring in the summer and no sign of an extension as things stand.
Olsson has played the last two Premier League matches for West Brom having spent the previous four games on the bench and he will be hoping to build up a head of steam in the months ahead and potentially convince manager Tony Pulis he deserves a new deal in the process.
With 230 appearances already for the Baggies, Olsson has become part of the furniture since arriving in England, but the 32-year-old seems relaxed despite his future being up in the air.
“If I play a lot in the run-up to Christmas and throughout the season then maybe it’s natural for me to stay here,” Olsson told the Birmingham Mail.
“For me I don’t have a problem going somewhere else and widening my perspective. That said I really like it here.”
Olsson may have struggled for minutes at the start of the campaign with new faces arriving at The Hawthorns but he remains a great option and his experience will be invaluable as West Brom look to climb further up the table.