Celtic defender Stephen McManus will make a decision on his future with the club in the summer.
McManus is currently on loan to Championship side Middlesbrough until the end of the season and manager Gordon Strachan is believed to keen on keeping him at the Riverside.
But Bhoys interim boss Neil Lennon has also indicated his interest in keeping McManus with his team ahead of the 2010/11 campaign.
McManus, who scored his first goal for Boro in the 2-0 win at Plymouth, said he is happy at the Teesside club.
And the situation means the 27-year-old will weigh up his options at the close of the campaign.
The Scotland international said: "I've certainly enjoyed my time on a personal level and we'll see what happens. It's a great bunch of players and we'll see how it goes.
"We'll sit down in the summer with Gordon Strachan, me and Neil Lennon and see what's happening.
"I'm here to do a job. I'm contracted here until the end of the season and I'll give it my best shot. I'll give 110 per cent every week."