St Johnstone defender Michael Duberry has hinted that this weekend's clash with St Mirren could be his last for the club.
The 35-year-old is out of contract this summer and he is keen to return to England in order to be closer to his family.
Duberry was at a low ebb when he left Wycombe and he insists that playing at McDiarmid Park has rekindled his love of the game.
However, despite his affinity for the Saints, the ex-Chelsea and Leeds man is hoping to win a deal south of the border.
"This club came for me when I was nowhere," he told the Daily Record.
"I had fallen out of love with football at Wycombe but the love I've had here from the fans, staff and players has lifted me immensely.
"But the main factor has to be my family. They are down south and at times I've gone four or five weeks without seeing them. It's a strain.
"All I can say is that I'm going to go away in summer then come back and speak to the manager.
"I have no offers elsewhere. If I decide to stay in England I'd like to think some good reports have filtered down there and people know my old legs are still active."