Hearts winger Rudi Skacel has revealed the Scottish Cup victory over Hibernian at Hampden Park was probably his last game for the club.
The 32-year-old from the Czech Republic bagged two goals in an impressive 5-1 victory and is now set to depart Tynecastle for a second time.
Skacel's first spell at the club ended with a 2006 Scottish Cup winner's medal with victory over Gretna and six years on he triumphed again - this time after victory in the first all-Edinburgh final since 1896.
"It's the best way to say goodbye with the cup in my hands - 99 per cent it's my last game for Hearts," said Skacel, who was the club's top scorer this season with 18 goals.
"Never say never, but it probably was the last game for me.
"At this moment I don't have anything," he added. "I want now to switch off for a couple of weeks and then decide what will be the best for me."
Meanwhile, Hearts boss Paulo Sergio, who is out of contract in the summer, refused to speculate about his own future after the final.
"It is not a moment to be speaking about my future," said the former Sporting Lisbon chief.
"I don't know if it my last game, I will see.
"It is not winning the cup or not winning the cup that can make me stay or not, there are a lot of things to talk about. The important thing is Hearts."