Jimmy Bullard is unsure whether he should leave Hull City and sign for Celtic this summer after holding preliminary talks with the Glasgow giants.
The Tigers' club record signing still has three years of his KC Stadium contract remaining but is likely to leave the club following their relegation to the Championship.
Bullard has endured a succession of injuries during his time with Hull and admitted:"It's been good to get away from football and get my thoughts right.
"I'm contracted to a football club but we all know things can change quickly. I'm in the middle of talking to both clubs and I'm not going to say anything about the future until I get back home.
"I'm going to have to have a long, hard think about what my future holds. I'm contracted to Hull at the minute so I'm still a Hull player.
"But if somebody else tells me I'm going here or there, I'll have a look at those things. I don't want to be disrespectful to Hull. I'll speak to the chairman and then see. We had a bad year going down to the Championship and that hurt.
"I live for the moment. I have a decision to make so let's see where the future takes me."