Former Norwich City loanee Kyle Naughton may have played his last game for the Canaries' Championship rivals Swansea.

The 35-year-old is out of contract this summer and hasn't yet revealed his plans for the end of the season, with a hamstring injury potentially ending his campaign early.

Swans head coach Luke Williams has stated that he doesn't know whether Naughton will return before their final-day meeting with Millwall, meaning he's likely to miss a Carrow Road reunion in just over a week.

"Kyle is going to be a while," he said. "Maybe (he'll play again before the end of the season). It depends on how the body reacts. We will have to see."

The right-back signed a new one-year contract last summer, but has started just nine league games since agreeing to that new deal.

Williams is equally unsure if he'll be working with him next term, and says he's one of multiple Swansea players, including fellow ex-Canary Przemyslaw Placheta, with their futures under consideration.

"We're talking a lot at the moment, without making final decisions. But plenty of conversations, and things change quickly.

"A really great performance or an injury, everything in between, things can change and you're looking for the biggest sample size you can get before you make the big decisions.

"So that's going to be ongoing for a bit longer. I don’t know what’s going to happen. Naughts is a grown man - he might have something to tell us.

"But he is an incredible player. We will see what happens with his recovery, his plans and our plans."

Naughton signed for Norwich on loan from Tottenham in 2011, playing a key role as Paul Lambert's side finished 12th in the Premier League despite being relegation favourites upon promotion.

He made 32 appearances during the loan, registering one assist, before returning to his parent club at the end of the 2011-12 season.

He joined Swansea for a reported fee of £5million in 2015 and has made more than 300 appearances for the South Wales side.