Danny Collins admits he remains uncertain as to whether he will turn his loan move from Stoke to Ipswich into a permanent one during the January transfer window.
The defender is expected to play the last game of his loan spell for the Tractor Boys when they take on Derby in the Championship on Saturday.
However, Town boss Paul Jewell remains optimistic of keeping the 31-year-old at the club and insists they will make the best offer possible in order to try and keep him.
Premier League rivals Wolves are reportedly weighing up a move for the Wales centre-back and Collins admits he would listen to any offers before making a decision regarding his future.
He said: "I think there is a sense of unfinished business here for me, in a way (at Ipswich). I am certainly not ruling a return out.
"At the same time the manager understands my family are three hours away and I haven't seen my (newborn) baby much.
"There could be interest from other clubs and I would have to listen to what they have to say."