29-year-old has arguably been the Eagles’ standout performer in the Premier League.
Socceroos midfielder Mile Jedinak is remaining coy on his future at Crystal Palace following rumours that he was discussing a new contract with the south London club.
Jedinak, captain at Selhurst Park, has turned in three polished performances for the Eagles’ on their return to the top-flight and was the standout performer in the games against Tottenham and Stoke and Sunderland.
Ian Holloway’s team picked up their first win of the season against the Black Cats on Saturday with the 29-year-old playing a key role and it was believed Palace were preparing to open talks regarding a contract extension with his current deal set to expire next summer.
However, Jedinak was reluctant to discuss his future when questioned at the weekend.
“I’m in the final year of my contract and that’s where I am at the moment. Beyond that I am not really able to discuss (what may happen),” Jedinak explained to The World Game.
“My time at the club has flown by and it’s brought quite a few achievements with becoming captain and gaining promotion and you don’t want these sorts of things to end. I am really just trying to cherish every day.
“I am hungrier than ever to keep doing well and moving forward.”