Orr has been on-loan with the Tractorboys, but is due to return to parent club, Blackburn Rovers, on the 26th January. Unless the player can change that.
Orr is certain that he will not be wanted at Rovers, but he cannot be sure that Ipswich would be willing to keep him in Anglia, especially as they have got young talent Elliott Hewitt ready to jump in his place.
Speaking to the East Anglian Daily Times, Orr said: “I haven’t got a clue what will happen, I really don’t,
“I think I know what Blackburn will be thinking; they’ll be thinking ‘stay away’. I haven’t had any official contact from anyone there and I guess it’s a case of ‘out of sight, out of mind’.
“I don’t know as far as Ipswich.
“All I can say is that I’m really enjoying myself here. Everyone has welcomed me with open arms, I’ve really enjoyed the games and the training has been spot on.
“All I can do is keep taking it game-by-game and do my best. If that’s good enough then great, if it’s not then it’s not. I’m just knuckling down and cracking on.”