Nacho Novo admits he is still in the dark over his Rangers future while Lee McCulloch is eager to stay.
The Spanish forward is one of a host of Gers stars out of contract this summer and he is yet to be offered terms.
He admits that the weekend's draw with Motherwell could very well have been his last appearance for the club.
"I don't know what is going to happen," he said on Sky Sports News.
"But it looks like maybe this was my last game and I will just say bye really.
"It's more chance that I will be leaving. Obviously I want to play more football as well at my age."
Novo has been strongly linked with a move to Middlesbrough and he admits there are options for him.
"I have a few things in Spain, down south and Greece so I just need to wait and see what happens," he said.
"At the moment I am interested in every one.
"I'm just going to have a wee break and think about what is going to be the best for me. I need to speak with my agent."
Meanwhile, team-mate McCulloch has a year left on his Ibrox deal and is eager to stay with the SPL champions.
The ex-Wigan man has been linked with a move to Bundesliga outfit Hannover, but has no thoughts other than staying with the Light Blues.
"I'm desperate to stay here, I love the club," he told the club's official website. "I've never thought about going anywhere else.
"I'm delighted with how things have gone this season, with winning the cup and the league title and I've loved being part of it all."