Bednar thinking over new deal
Blackpool chairman Karl Oyston says he is waiting to hear back from striker Roman Bednar after offering him a new deal.
The 29-year-old joined the Seasiders in January on a short-term deal after being released by West Brom on a free transfer, and after again being out of contract is said to be considering his options.
The Tangerines are hoping that he will remain at Bloomfield Road, despite injuries preventing him from showing his true form last season.
He only made nine appearances for the club, scoring once against Leicester in a match that he also sustained a knee injury which kept him out until the play-off final defeat to West Ham.
"We've spoken to Roman's agent and it's down to him now to decide where his future lies because he's a free agent," Oyston told the club's official website. "I don't think we particularly saw the best of him, not through any fault of his."
"It would be nice for Roman to come along and join the club for a couple of years to see if he's as good as we all think he is, and I'm sure he is."