Jeff Hardy's recent appearances on WWE television have prompted questions from some fans about his contract status and future with the company.
Hardy has been utilised mainly on WWE Main Event in previous weeks, losing to Jinder Mahal on the pre-taped show last week, before once again tasting defeat at the hands of the Modern Day Maharaja on this week's Monday Night Raw.
The booking of the former WWE and World Heavyweight Champion has led to speculation that his contract with WWE might be coming to an end, but PWInsider say that their sources have indicated that Hardy has 'a good chunk of time' left on his deal with Vince McMahon's promotion.
Hardy acknowledged last year that he had signed a new deal with WWE and PWInsider was told, at the time, that the contract the 43-year-old put pen-to-paper on was for two to three years. This would imply that Hardy has at least another year left on his current deal with WWE, if not longer.
Jeff returned to WWE alongside brother Matt at WrestleMania 33, winning the Raw Tag Team championships on their surprise return in 2017. He has also held the Intercontinental and United States titles during his most recent run with the promotion.