Jimmy Kebe insists he is happy at Reading, but is planning talks with the Championship club over the summer.
The Mali winger enjoyed a stellar second half of the season as his form was revitalised under manager Brian McDermott and he ended the campaign with 12 goals.
He is expected to be a target for other clubs at home and in France, where he played before joining the Royals two years ago from Boulogne.
But Kebe told the Reading Chronicle: "I don't know about next season. Now it's time for rest, a holiday and we will see.
"I don't know if clubs are looking at me, but I've got two years left on my Reading contract and I'm happy here.
"I need to talk with the club and we will see. We have to have a good rest and probably I come back next year."