LIAM Feeney’s Ewood Park future remains up the in air as he nears the end of his loan spell at Championship side Cardiff.

Feeney made the move to South Wales on August 31 and has featured in 12 Bluebirds games since.

The 31-year-old, who has made just two starts for Neil Warnock’s side, will be available for their home game with Preston tonight before his loan spell expires on Monday.

The winger made just three appearances for Rovers prior to being allowed to leave on loan and, at the time of his departure, Ewood boss Tony Mowbray said he was keen to allow Feeney to try and get some game-time that he wouldn’t have been assured of in East Lancashire.

Of Feeney’s immediate future, Mowbray said: “Conversations need to be had.

“There was contact on Wednesday with his advisors and they will continue so let’s wait and see.

“We will see what’s right for all parties, I will speak to Neil no doubt, see what his thoughts are and if I get chance to speak to Liam then see what suits everyone.

“I don’t have an answer other than conversations have taken place and will over the next week or so.”

Feeney is in the last six months of his contract at Ewood Park although there is a one-year option in the club’s favour.

It remains unclear as to whether Cardiff will enquire about extending the winger’s stay in Wales.

Injuries to loanee Harry Chapman and Ben Gladwin have limited Rovers’ options out wide recently. However, it is an area Mowbray is looking to strengthen when the transfer window re-opens and that could well dictate Feeney’s future.