Reading star Yakou Meite hinted that he could be leaving at the end of the season on his latest social media post.

Meite made a second half cameo in yesterday's 1-1 draw with Wigan Athletic, scoring a stoppage-time equaliser.

Out-of-contract in the summer, and unlikely to sign one in League One, it is looking increasingly likely that he has played his final match at the SCL Stadium.

One of the longest-serving players, having arrived on a free transfer from PSG in 2016, the 27-year-old has made 165 appearances for the club and is just three goals away from a half century.

In an injury-hit couple of seasons, he has only scored four goals this campaign in 27 appearances.

Failing to score at all last season, the Ivorian's best individual campaign came in 2019/20 where he hit 17 in all competitions.

Taking to social media after the disappointing draw with the already relegated Latics, Meite said: "Just want to say a huge thank you to all of you! The support was incredible. Last home game with a goal means so much for me . We wanted to win that game but its not done yet, keep believing."

With Championship survival now out of the club's hands, Noel Hunt's team will need to rely on Huddersfield Town and Rotherham United's matches in hand to stand any chance of travelling to Yorkshire next week with something to play for.