The Potters became Crouch's ninth permanent club when he joined in 2011 following previous spells at the likes of Tottenham, Liverpool and Southampton.
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"I've got two years on my contract, but you never know," Crouch told Absolute Radio. "With my history, you just don't know."
Crouch, though, was keen to underline his excitement to play under Hughes, who becomes Stoke's first new manager in seven seasons.
"I've never really had a lot of contact with Mark Hughes, but I'm really looking forward to it," Crouch told Absolute Radio.
"Mark was an awesome player and I remember watching him at Chelsea. I'm really looking forward to working with him."