Leicester City captain Wes Morgan has hinted at leaving the club in the summer.
The defender has rarely played for Brendan Rodgers for the past two seasons with the 37-year-old admitting that winning the FA Cup may be the ideal way to say goodbye to the club.
Asked about his future, the player said: "Nothing's been announced yet, I need to discuss it with the club, but I don't think I've got too many more miles on the clock, we'll say that.
"I wasn't sure if I was going to make the squad. The gaffer asked me if I could make it on the bench and I said if I'm needed for the last 10 minutes, I'll be available. We were 1-0 up and the last thing I expected a week ago was to be playing again, but I came on and now I've won an FA Cup."
The defender came on late in the Foxes' 1-0 win over Chelsea at Wembley on Saturday with the title being his second major honor at the club after leading the team to the Premier League title in 2016.
They've won the Championship together.— PurelyFootball (@PurelyFootball) May 15, 2021
They've achieved PL survival together.
They've won the Premier League together.
They've played in the Champions League together.
They've won the FA Cup together.
A combined cost of £2m.
Jamie Vardy and Wes Morgan - Leicester City icons. pic.twitter.com/8Qd9NyjTQY