ANDRE Boucaud is completely in the dark over his future – and says: "I want it sorted out!"
Notts County are trying to thrash out a deal with Luton Town to sign him permanently in January when his loan at Meadow Lane ends.
ut it is being held up because they are demanding a fee from the Magpies.
Boucaud, 28, is frustrated it is dragging on – and has even had a pop at the Hatters for slapping a price tag on him when they didn't want him at the start of the season.
Luton forked out £25,000 to sign Boucaud from York City only 11 months ago, but he was frozen out by their boss Paul Buckle when he took charge in April.
After having a trial at Notts in the summer, he signed a short-term loan deal with them and has since established himself in midfield.
He started his 15th league game of the season at Preston North End last night as Notts drew 0-0, but admits the uncertainty over his future is playing on his mind.
"I'm going to be real, it does sometimes," he said. "I'm playing every week, I'm doing well and the team's doing well, but I don't know where my future is.
"They have the right to ask for a fee because I'm their player, but they didn't want me at the start of the season and I never asked to leave so I don't understand it.
"I want to stay here, like I've said all along.
"I just want it sorted out, but I haven't heard anything.
"It's getting a bit frustrating and I'd like to know if something is going to get sorted."