Bullard joined Fulham from Wigan for £2.5m in May 2006
Fulham midfielder Jimmy Bullard's future at the club remains under the spotlight despite helping his side to victory over Middlesbrough on Saturday.
Bullard, 29, has two years left on his current contract but Fulham have yet to offer him a new deal.
"Jimmy is doing a good job but a lot of players are doing a fantastic job in this team," said manager Roy Hodgson.
"I and the rest of the players can feel a bit aggrieved that all the talk seems to be revolving around one man."
On Friday, Hodgson was forced to deny claims by Bullard that the club said he could leave in the January transfer window.
West Ham, Blackburn and Everton are among the clubs reported to be interested in the midfielder who joined Fulham from Wigan for £2.5m in May 2006 but spent over a year on the sidelines with a dislocated kneecap before returning last season.
Bullard opened the scoring for the Craven Cottage side in their 3-0 win over Middlesbrough which sent them up to eighth in the table and afterwards Hodgson was again forced to field questions about his star midfielder.
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