Alan Sheehan admits he will be happy to leave Leeds United in the summer, but will not rush into a decision over his future.
The full-back has not played a first-team game for Leeds since January 2009 and has been told by manager Simon Grayson that he can move on following the club's promotion to the Championship.
He has spent the bulk of the season on loan at Swindon Town and was part of the team which was beaten by Millwall in Saturday's League One play-off final.
Sheehan has yet to be offered a permanent deal by the Robins, but is considering interest from several clubs as he prepares to leave Elland Road.
Take a break
Speaking after the Wembley defeat to Millwall, he said: "I'll be leaving Leeds, as long as Simon Grayson is there I won't be there anyway. I'll be happy to be leaving I suppose and move on with my career.
"There's a few offers on the table at the moment, but I'm going to go and take a break and take one thing at a time."
Asked whether he would consider a permanent move to Swindon, he replied: "I can't really answer that right now. I've enjoyed my time and I suppose it would be pretty stupid if I didn't want to.
"I haven't really spoken to Danny Wilson about it. All my concentration has been on getting Swindon Town up. I've worked hard this year and it's been a great year for me and the boys, it's always hard when you come to a place like this and it ends like that.
"It's been brilliant here, it's one of the best years that I've enjoyed my football. Everything about the club is brilliant. I can't speak highly enough about the club."