Milan Baros will be handed another opportunity to prove his worth when Portsmouth face Middlesbrough on Saturday.
The striker is currently on loan at Pompey from Lyon and looks certain to leave the Ligue 1 giants over the summer.
The former Liverpool hit man has failed to find the target in 13 appearances since returning to England, but could yet earn himself a permanent move to the South Coast.
Harry Redknapp admits that he remains undecided on the Czech Republic international, and looks set to run the rule over him again at Riverside Stadium this weekend.
"I like Milan. We'll just have to wait until the summer to see what he wants to do," the Pompey boss told The News.
"There's every chance he'll play on Saturday.
"He's a good trainer, a good lad and a good professional.
"He's a clever player.
"He's played at the top level and he'll be playing in the European Championships in the summer for the Czech Republic."
While refusing to make a decision on the future of Baros, Redknapp admits that he is expecting a quiet summer in the transfer market as he is more than happy with the squad he already has in place.
"We'll have a look around, but I'm looking forward to a relatively quiet summer for once," he said.
"If I can identify a couple of players, Peter Storrie (chief executive) will get the deals done."