DAVID Forde says he is waiting for Millwall to make him an improved contract offer after talks broke down at the end of last year.
Forde, 34, is set to become a free agent in the summer and has been linked with moves to Celtic, Swansea and Crystal Palace in recent months.
The Republic of Ireland goalkeeper held discussions with the Lions before Christmas but has confirmed that he turned down their initial proposal.
New boss Ian Holloway is in the process of "de-cluttering" his squad and will make decisions about which players to re-sign in due course.
But the Millwall boss has stressed that he "holds all the cards."
When asked whether Holloway's appointment made him any more or less likely to put pen-to-paper, Forde said: "It depends on what the offer is going to be."
Forde, who is touch and go to face Burnley this weekend after a quad strain, is one of the club's longest-serving players.
He added: "I haven't spoken to anyone for a long time now so I don't really know what's going on. Nothing has come back to me for quite a while.
"The manager did say that he would like to get me signed up, but as far as actual terms go, it's been quiet. The club did make an offer before Christmas but it wasn't what I was looking for and I haven't heard anything since.
"I'm just waiting to hear from the club again. I'm still very open and if the terms are right, I can see myself signing. But if not, we'll have to wait and see.
"I've had a lot of agents talking to me, claiming to be acting on the behalf of other clubs, so I suppose it's a waiting game now to see what develops."
Nine players in the Lions squad are out-of-contract in June, and Holloway says each of them will have to prove to him that they are worthy of an extension.
"Any player who wants a new contract has to demonstrate that they are good enough to play in this division and keep us in it," Holloway said.
"I have had a chat with each of the players and I know the ones who definitely want to prove to me that they are worth a better contract.
"Liam Trotter didn't want to do that, he felt he should have already got a new deal, so we got him a move to Bolton instead.
"Liam Feeney, for instance, wants to stay and earn a new deal, and so does Fordey. But I hold all of the cards at the minute and that's exactly how it should be at any club.
"I have had a chat with the senior boys who have been here for a long time and they know exactly what I'm looking for.
"Things haven't been right this season and sometimes you need to de-clutter and get other people in. I'm in the middle of that right now."
One player who is set to be offered a new deal is Jermaine Easter, who Holloway managed at Crystal Palace.
Easter moved to The Den from Selhurst Park during Holloway's tenure, but the Lions boss claims it was not his decision to let the striker go.
"Jermaine lifts our group whether he comes off the bench or not," Holloway said.
"His training is something that is completely and utterly outstanding. I let Jermaine leave Palace because I couldn't guarantee him a new deal.
"I liked him but somebody else didn't. I am giving him a new contract because the whole atmosphere at Palace dipped after he left. I've already agreed to give him another year."