Bournemouth’s Lee Tomlin has taken to social networking site Twitter to admit that he is uncertain about his future.
Tomlin, who can play as a striker, winger or attacking midfielder, has claimed that he wants to play in the Premier League.
However, the 27-year-old has made it clear that he will leave the Cherries if he is not needed.
A lot of speculation about my future over the past week i don't even know what's happening myself if I'll be allowed to leave or not— Lee Tomlin (@Leetomlin10) January 22, 2016
And for me my dream is to play in the premier league as long as I can but if I'm not wanted then I will leave— Lee Tomlin (@Leetomlin10) January 22, 2016
Hull City and Leeds United are interested in signing Tomlin from Bournemouth in the January transfer window, according to The Daily Mail.
Tomlin joined Bournemouth from Championship side Middlesbrough in the summer of 2015. The former Peterborough United man has struggled to adapt to the Premier League, and the Cherries are now reportedly willing to let him leave on loan.
The Englishman has featured in only six league matches for Bournemouth so far this season, creating seven chances in the process.
Tomlin has a pass accuracy of 73% and a shot accuracy of 75%, and has won four headers, six dribbles and two tackles.
Bournemouth are 15th in the Premier League table at the moment with 24 points from 22 matches, just three points above the relegation.
Meanwhile, Hull currently find themselves second in the Championship table, while Leeds are way back in 17th.