Exeter City midfielder Alan Gow is keen to agree a new contract to stay at St James Park after being offered a deal by manager Paul Tisdale.
Gow has scored twice in six appearances for the Grecians after joining the club in March following a spell playing in India.
Though Exeter's relegation from League One was confirmed by defeat at Carlisle United on Saturday, the 29-year-old is willing to remain with the club.
"I have loved it so far and I am having a great time," said Gow in the Western Morning News. "I spoke to the manager to see if we can come to some sort of agreement and, hopefully, we can get something sorted.
"I just want to play football, whatever league it's in. What league Exeter are in does not have a bearing on what I will do, but it's different for the club and what they can offer players financially.
"I spoke to the management and they have made me an offer, so I will discuss it with my family and we will see what happens in the next few weeks."