After meeting with Patriots coach Bill Belichick, wide receiver Randy Moss softened his stance on his contract situation. Moss used his post-game press conference to reveal his true feelings on Sunday, saying he feels disrespected, wants a new contract and isn't sure if he'll remain with the Patriots. "The timing could have been bad, but it was actually my first time speaking to the media this year," Moss said. "I wanted to get it off my chest instead of waiting until Week 12, Week 13 on down the road to where it really could become a distraction to our team, what we're trying to accomplish. It was something I just wanted to do. Maybe it was bad timing but I ... cleared my mind to feel good about myself." Moss admitted that Belichick told him to "watch what I do and watch what I say" in the future. He also said it he felt "relieved" to get the bad feelings about his contract off his chest. "Let me say this again, I do not want to leave New England, because I love what they do there. I love the team. I love the coaching staff," Moss said. "And I love playing here on Sundays. But I think from a business standpoint, I have to look out for the best interest of me and my family. "Next year, I don't know where I will be playing. Hopefully it will be here in New England. Whoever wants to give me a shot to hopefully come and help their team, I look forward to that opportunity."