Leeds captain Robert Snodgrass is keeping an open mind as he waits to see if the Championship outfit match his own ambition.
Snodgrass, who was the subject of a bid by Norwich in January, is mulling over the offer of an extension to his contract, which has a year to run.
After failing to make the top flight this season, Snodgrass, who moved to West Yorkshire from Livingston four years ago, has put the onus on Leeds to show their ambitions match his own.
He said: "I have another year left and they have offered me another contract and my agent is still speaking with them.
"I said that I wanted to take a few weeks away from everything, not make any decisions and we will start speaking in June.
"The decision doesn't need to be made right now.
"Being captain of Leeds United in the Premier League would be a dream come true.
"If anyone would have said that when I went down there as a 20-year-old, I wouldn't have believed them, I don't think anyone would have.
"But I am living in the real world. We didn't get there. If things change in terms of bringing players in and getting Premier League class and kicking-on, then it's a no-brainer. You sign the contract and move on."