Bayern Munich striker Ivica Olic will decide at the end of April whether he will join Wolfsburg.
The Croatia international will be out of contract in the summer and has made just 16 Bundesliga appearances in 2011/12, but he has not given up hope of staying at Bayern.
Olic was on Tuesday the goalscoring hero in the win over Marseille in the UEFA Champions League quarter-finals as he made a surprise start and he remains fully committed.
But the 32-year-old, who missed a chunk of the last campaign due to knee injury, also has a 'very good offer' to think about from Wolfsburg and he is considering his options.
Olic told Munich-based newspaper tz: "I have really not taken any decision just yet. I think I might have taken a decision at the end of this month.
"All I am able to say is that I have received a very good offer from Wolfsburg. I am looking forward to remaining in the Bundesliga. It's simply a great league to play in.
"Therefore I think Wolfsburg is the first option in terms of taking the decision to leave Bayern at the end of the season."