Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart has revealed that he does not know whether he still has a future at the club when he returns from his loan spell with Torino.
Hart was deemed surplus to requirements for the 2016-17 season, with Pep Guardiola bringing in Claudio Bravo as a replacement for the England international.
The 29-year-old decided to make the perhaps surprise move to the Serie A club, completing a temporary switch back on deadline day of the summer transfer window.
Hart has gone on to make 13 appearances for Sinisa Mihajlovic's side and insists that he only concentrating on his loan spell with Torino rather than looking too far ahead.
When asked about his future, Hart told Goal: "I still don't know, I'm still a Manchester City player but until the summer I will only think about enjoying my season with Torino."
Hart will line up against Juventus in Sunday's Turin derby clash and says that it's similar to the clash between the two Manchester rivals.
He added: "Torino and Manchester are not so different about how they feel about the derby. Torino is a city that breathes football."
And the two-time Premier League winner also commented on former team-mate Edin Dzeko, who has scored 17 goals in all competitions for Roma.
Hart continued: "Dzeko is doing very well with Roma. He's strong, he scores many goals, very important goals."