Out-of-contract Leeds striker Danny Webber is philosophical about his future as he prepares to learn his fate on Wednesday.
The 30-year-old joined the Championship side on a deal until the end of the season in March following an eight-month search for a new club.
He is one of several out-of-contract players who will learn their fate on Wednesday as boss Neil Warnock seeks to put his mark on the squad as he plots a promotion push next term.
Regarding his future, Webber told the Yorkshire Evening Post: "It depends on the gaffer when he states his intentions.
"It's down to the club and he'll have a chat with everyone on Wednesday and then we'll go from there."
The striker will have done his prospects of a stay at Elland Road no harm when notching his first goal for the club with a late tap-in in the 2-1 home loss to Leicester City on Saturday.
It was Webber's first goal since January 26, 2010 when the striker scored for Portsmouth in a 1-1 top-flight draw with West Ham.
Webber added: "I was just glad to get some form of goal. It's been a long while without one; I've been injured a lot and not played a lot of football, so it was another stepping stone for me.
"To be fair, since my previous goal, I've spent the majority of the time injured since. If I'd been playing in all that time without one, then I'd have had serious problems.
"So there hasn't been much stick and the lads have been as good as gold.
"Even though you have bad times, you always believe in your ability and then eventually you'll get there."