Paul Tisdale addressed the future of Rhys Healey after Tuesday’s 6-0 victory over Cambridge United, in which the on-loan striker scored twice.
Healey’s deal from Cardiff City is set to expire this weekend and a decision has yet to be made as to whether the 24-year-old, who has found the net nine times for MK Dons, will remain at Stadium MK or return to his parent club.
“I don’t know,” Tisdale said, when asked about the situation regarding Healey in his post-match press conference on Tuesday.
“[Cardiff City] know we want to keep him. We haven’t had a yes but we’ve not had a no yet, either.
“We’d love to get him back, and before we look elsewhere we’ll be looking to get him back, but he’s Cardiff’s player and Neil Warnock is his manager - they will make a decision on what is right for Cardiff and, after that, we will respond accordingly.
“Rhys will have a view as well and I’d like to think he would want to stay but, first of all, Cardiff have to agree to it.
“Football changes day by day so we’ll see.”