Macclesfield midfielder Ross Draper is weighing up his options with the player coming to the end of his contract.
Draper has been offered a new two-year deal by Macclesfield, but a number of clubs are ready to lure the 23-year-old away from Moss Rose following their relegation from League Two.
The former Shrewsbury man, who earned widespread attention following his goal from the halfway line against Hereford earlier this season, admits he has a big decision to make on his future as he wants to play at the highest level possible.
"I got offered a new deal by Macclesfield a week after the season ended and I am considering that," Draper told skysports.com.
"I am out of contract and I am weighing up my options as there has been a little bit of interest from other clubs.
"I am letting my agent deal with all that and I know he is speaking to a few clubs.
"I am like any player I am ambitious and I want to play at the highest level possible.
"Macclesfield have been very good to me and I would like my future to be sorted out as soon as possible as no one likes to be hanging around especially if you are out of contract."
Draper's agent Mustafa Mehmood of Inspire Sports Management has admitted a number of clubs are chasing the midfielder.
"Ross Draper is one of the best young players in League Two and not short of admirers in League One and Two," Mehmood told skysports.com.
"With the current financial climate and UEFA Financial Fair Play Rules coming into force clubs are reluctant to pay transfer fees with the majority of clubs in League One and Two signing players on free transfers, it's a matter we are working to resolve with Macclesfield."