Yossi Benayoun claims he will 'soon' have news regarding his future, with it expected that he will be on his way out of Chelsea this summer.
The Israel international spent much of the 2011/12 campaign on loan at Arsenal after being deemed surplus to requirements by the Blues.
He is due back at Stamford Bridge after seeing that agreement come to an end, but there appears to be no place for him in the west London club's plans.
Chelsea were keen to offload the 32-year-old on a permanent basis last year, but eventually agreed to a long-term loan.
Benayoun appears to have accepted his fate and is mulling over his options.
He has been linked with a return to former employers West Ham, who brought him to England in 2005, as well as Dutch giants Ajax.
Maccabi Haifa are also said to be in the process of piecing together a package to tempt Benayoun back to his homeland.
The experienced forward is yet to reveal which path he will be treading, but admits he is close to making a decision.
He posted on Twitter: "I hope I will have some news about my future soon."