Midfielder Kevin Thomson admits he has no idea where his future lies after bringing the curtain down on his second spell with Hibernian.
The 28-year-old has been playing for nothing since re-signing for Hibs in March after ending an injury-hit spell at Middlesbrough during the January transfer window.
However, there was no fairytale finish as Pat Fenlon's side went down 3-0 to Celtic in the Scottish Cup final on Sunday.
When asked if he could stay at Easter Road, Thomson said: "I don't know. You would need to ask the manager and the chairman. I'm just going to recharge the batteries and look forward to going wherever it may be in pre-season.
"I'll look forward to the summer and see what options I've got.
"I'm going to spend some time with the family and I'm actually doing my coaching badges this summer. So I'm looking forward to that and I'll see what happens.
"I love playing football. I could have sat in the house and done nothing but I showed a bit of commitment and put the boots back on and got out there in training.
"I love training every day and playing on a Saturday. The fairytale never quite got there in the end but I gave my all and if people appreciate that, then great.
"I've really enjoyed it. The boys appreciate me and the manager appreciates me and he gave me a platform to play some football again."