Barnet striker John Akinde admitted to the Barnet Times he will "wait and see" whether his future lies at The Hive after the January transfer window.

The in-form 27-year-old, who has 15 league goals in 18 games, is likely to be courted by Football League clubs next month, and has not ruled out the idea leaving the Bees.

Akinde has now netted 69 times in League Two and the National League since the start of 2014-15, and as the former's second-top scorer this year, would prove a big loss to the side; he has scored all but 12 of their league goals this season.

"It's a hard question to answer [whether I will be here after January]", he told the Barnet Times. "It depends what happenes - but you never know in football, and we'll wait and see."

Akinde and his team-mates will travel to Yeovil on Saturday for their first game since head coach Martin Allen's departure last week, having gone without a match during last weekend's round of FA Cup fixtures.

Despite the upheaval during the fortnight, the forward feels the team will not be distracted at Huish Park.

He said: "We are seven games unbeaten in the league, which is good, and we are looking to take that into the next few games coming up and progress on with what we have done.

"It's not frustrating as such, we just have to be focused and professional on everything.

"We all want to win at Yeovil. They are in the play-offs and are a good team. They were good when they came here last season, and we want to perform as best we can down there."