York City keeper Adam Bartlett has admitted that he might have to forego his summer break and look for a new job next month, York Press report.

The 33-year-old has played every minute of the 70 first-team Minstermen matches since his arrival from Darlington in November 2017, but his current deal at Bootham Crescent lapses at the end of the campaign with manager Steve Watson signalling that no decisions on individual’s futures will be made before then.

Bartlett has confessed to The Press that his preferred option would be to carry on playing for City next term, but also declared that he cannot afford to be out of work and, if he isn’t handed a new deal, might need to seek immediate employment elsewhere – inside or outside of football.

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