Barcelona longtime playmaker Andres Iniesta has revealed that he has not yet agreed to fresh terms at the Nou Camp.

The current deal of the 33-year old would run out in months but in a recent interview he revealed that he was considering his future at the club.

“Right now, I have still not signed a new contract. I have felt many strange feelings for the first time, but I think this may be normal,” he confessed.

The experienced midfielder added that he probably would not have imagined the current scenario three years back. The highly decorated and well-respected player added that he was now considering his future – a thing that has never crossed his mind.

Iniesta admitted that it would be difficult for Barcelona to beat the very confident Real Madrid side to the La Liga title they won last season. He said their archrivals were “a great team” and that they were “very effective” when both sides clashed in the SuperCopa recently.

Iniesta could be waiting for the club to sign the speculated long term replacement in Liverpool’s Philippe Coutinho. The Brazilian is keen on joining the Catalan side but The Reds would not allow it. He agreed a deal this year so his options are limited. Liverpool have rejected three bids from Barcelona. There are reports that the club is planning a £120 million offer but Jurgen Klopp would likely not budge.

Iniesta would likely remain for the current term, helping out in his role while the manager searches for a capable replacement. The player was expected to see off his career at the club he made his senior debut in 2002. Nothing seems sure for now.