MARK Schwarzer admits he's no closer to resolving his Fulham future.
The Aussie keeper looks set to leave Craven Cottage during the close season after failing to agree a new contract in SW6.
Schwarzer has made more than 200 appearances for the Whites since his switch from Middlesbrough in 2008.
However, the 40-year-old wants assurances over his position as the Fulham number one ahead of next summer's World Cup in Brazil.
But boss Martin Jol is in the market for a new keeper, with the Whites keen on Roma's £3million-rated Maarten Stekelenburg .
And Schwarzer admits his own future is still in the balance.
"There's no new developments; there's no new discussions; there's no nothing," said the Sydney-born shot-stopper.
"Something will be sorted out - I've got no worries about that. I've got no idea at this stage where I'm going to be. I'm open to anything."
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