"There's no news on that, he's been training very well. His misfortune, I suppose, is to come at a time when we have an awful lot of midfield players," Hodgson said.
"As far as I'm concerned I'm happy to be working with him here, I'm planning on him staying but who knows I guess.
"It's not been possible for him to break in because he is also in very tough competition with Max Meyer. They are both offensive players, they both bring us something different, we like both of them."