Nothing has been set in stone regarding Kris Letang's future in Pittsburgh just yet.

Letang's agent Kent Hughes met with Penguins general manager Ray Shero in Boston on Wednesday regarding his client's status with the club and didn't reveal much in what's widely characterized as a pivotal moment in the all-star defenceman's career.

"We've agreed to have further talks," Hughes told TSN Hockey Insider Pierre LeBrun on Wednesday afternoon. "Not going to say more at this time."

With the salary cap going down and $18.2 million tied up in Sidney Crosby and a newly-signed Evgeni Malkin, there's been much speculation on whether the Penguins will keep Letang, who is entering the final year of a four-year contract.