Jones to consider his options after Cobblers contract expires
Defender hails 'unbelievable' Brady
Cobblers defender Lloyd Jones will go away and assess his options before committing his future one way or the other following Sunday's final game of the season.
The 25-year-old is out of contract at the end of the season but Town will be keen to retain his services after some impressive performances since joining the club in December.
Whilst Jones has loved working with new permanent boss Jon Brady, Cobblers may well find it difficult to keep him for another season, particularly following their relegation to League Two.
"The honest answer is that I don't know at the moment," said Jones. "That's the god's honest truth.
"I've spoken with Jon and he's been unbelievable since I came to the club and I've really enjoyed working with him.
"Everything he's done has been brilliant and it's the same with Sammo and with Rico, but I think I need to go away and have some time to think about it.
"It's obviously been quite a hectic and stressful five months or so but in the coming weeks I'm pretty sure I will know my answer."
Asked if there's a chance he will sign a new deal with the club, he replied: "Of course there's always a chance because as I said, I'm really loving working with Jon and I love what he's trying to do and he wants to play the right way.
"That goes with all of the staff here and he's also passionate as well, so there's always a chance! We will see."