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Jedinak keen to sort out future

SOCCEROOS midfielder and Crystal Palace captain Mile Jedinak says he is in the dark on who will be appointed manager after the sacking of Ian Holloway.

With caretaker Keith Millen in charge for tomorrow's trip to play West Bromwich Albion, Jedinak says he is confident the team will perform well despite the uncertainty.

"I probably know as little as everyone else. It's down to what the people above us want to try and do," he said.

"It's been an interesting week, but we will take a lot of positives from the Arsenal game (a 2-0 loss). The result wasn't there, but the way we kept in the game until the very end.

"We've been written off all the time, but it's something we've come to deal with. The season is by far not over now we have added belief that we deserve to be in this league."

Jedinak (pictured) is expected to end speculation about his own future by signing a new contract to stay at Selhurst Park when his current deal expires at the end of the season.

"It is what it is at the minute. Only time will tell," he said. "I do want to stay in the Premier League and I do want to stay at Crystal Palace."



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