JORDAN Clark's future at Accrington Stanley has been under speculation, but he insists will always give his all for the club.

The winger is out of contract in the summer and manager John Coleman is planning for next season without his star man.

Clark highlighted how football is a funny game and he hasn't committed to anything yet.

"If there’s any game, then I want to play and train as long as I feel fit to," said Clark.

"Whether I’m under contract or got many years left, I’ll give everything, and I think you’ve seen that in the years I’ve been here.

"I don’t think anyone can say anything about my work rate or anything.

"The manager has been great with me and I like to think I’ve been great with him. He knows what kind of lad I am."

The Yorkshireman's future has been a topic for discussion, but he is only focussing in on keeping Stanley in League One for next season.

"I’m not really thinking about it too much if I’m honest," Clark added.

"I’m just taking each game as it comes, I’m here now and I’m playing well for Accrington at the minute.

"No, I’m not thinking about anything else until Saturday and we play Lincoln.

"It’s a funny old game, who knows what can happen. I focus on one game at a time, the main aim this year was to stay in the league."

Clark has scored in Stanley's last two games and he has found form at a good time for the Reds going into the back end of the season.

"I’ve been a bit inconsistent, I started well and dipped off a bit. Hopefully, I’m finding a bit of form now," added the wide man.

"As a winger, you get judged on your goals and assists and luckily in the last couple of games, I’ve found the net.

"The main aim is to win the game, if I don’t score and we win then I’m happier than anyone."