Keegan admits N'Zogbia unsettled at Newcastle
Newcastle boss Kevin Keegan has conceded that Charles N'Zogbia is unsettled at St James' Park.
The 21-year-old, arguably The Magpies' most impressive performer this season, was rumoured to want a move away from the club during the January transfer window.
Keegan will reassess the France Under-21 international's situation in the summer.
"Charles came to see me about all the speculation and I very honestly said, 'I've had no enquiries about you.'
"He's just signed a new contract here, but it's something we'll have to revisit in the summer because the signs are he's not that happy here.
"But this is a big club and we've got two or three months to work with him.''
Keegan views N'Zogbia's long-term future - be that at Newcastle or elsewhere - as a winger, despite his fine form at full back.
"He has done very well again playing at left back. I'm not saying it's his best position, but he's a gem of a lad - he never complains at all.
"He can play in midfield and left back, but his best position is definitely on the left of a midfield four and bombing on.''