Charlie Austin was not giving anything away when discussing his future with Swindon Town beyond the end of the current season.

Austin made his hotly awaited return to Swindon after 12 years away in January 2023, netting nine goals in 20 appearances before signing a new one-year contract at the end of that season.

The 34-year-old has been involved in every game so far this season, scoring his tenth goal of the campaign to equalise against Harrogate Town on Saturday.

He is one of 16 Swindon players whose futures with the club beyond the current season remain unclear.

Interim head coach Gavin Gunning has said that he is not thinking about new contracts, but Head of Football Jamie Russell revealed that work on the summer transfer window has begun.

After the match, Austin was asked if he had made a decision about next season yet and the former Queen’s Park Rangers marksman was keeping his cards close to his chest.

He said: “Between my wife, I have had the conversations [about next year], but that is nothing to do with you guys, so we will have to wait and see.

“I have had the conversations, but you will have to wait and see.”