Date: 7th March 2007 at 12:31pm
Written by:

Wednesday striker Steve Maclean has revealed he is unsure where he will be playing his football next season – but hopes it will be in the blue and white of Wednesday.

The Scot, who is now the club’s leading scorer after netting his tenth goal of the season in last nights draw with Plymouth, is out of contract in the summer and Owls boss Brian Laws is yet to offer the hitman a new deal at the club.

And the 24-year-old has revealed he is yet to hear anything regarding his future from any parties.

‘I’ve not heard anything from any party. I’m just gonna give my all and see what happens,’ Maclean told BBC Radio Sheffield.

‘If everybody knows I’m a free agent I can talk to anybody I want just now and I’ll just wait and see what happens. Hopefully I’ll keep banging goals in and hopefully it will be for Sheffield Wednesday in the future, but you never know.’

The former Rangers and Scunthorpe man has been the centre of attention with Owls fans calling on Laws to offer him a new deal – and Maclean’s strong reaction to his last-minute winner over Southend two weeks ago looked to be aimed at the South Stand.

And although Laws praised his number nine for his quick thinking to net the opening goal last night, he is yet to come out and reveal whether or not he will be offering the player a new deal.