Leicester defender Jonny Evans does not know what the future holds following their relegation to the Championship.
The Foxes became just the second former Premier League champions to be relegated when their 2-1 win against West Ham was deemed meaningless by Everton's victory against Bournemouth.
A large number of players, including Evans and Youri Tielemans, are out of contract while the likes of James Maddison and Harvey Barnes look set to be sold to help balance the books.
Evans revealed the squad had said their goodbyes in the dressing room ahead of a likely summer exodus.
Evans, 35, said: "It is a tough thing to take.
"There was silence for a long time in the dressing room afterwards. We know there are a lot of players out of contract.
"There are going to be a lot of changes in the football club.
"It was an opportunity for everybody to say goodbye really. A lot of us don't know where we are going to end up.
"I said to the boys it has been an amazing five years but the club now have decisions to make. I don't think they probably know what they are going to do."
Defeat for West Ham concluded a disappointing Premier League campaign in which they finished in 14th, just six points above Leicester.
But their attention is firmly on next week's Europa Conference League final against Fiorentina in what could be Declan Rice's last game for the club.
The England midfielder looks set to be sold this summer and if the game in Prague is to be his farewell, boss David Moyes wants him to go out on a high.
"I thought he played great. It was another swashbuckling performance from him at times," Moyes said of his performance at the King Power Stadium.
"I am really pleased how well he has played for us over the season, he has been exceptional and a credit to himself.
"And now he has the big moment to see if he can lift a trophy for West Ham and he needs to try and get ready to see if he can help us do that."
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