Sheffield United's on-loan Shane Lowry has hinted he could stay with the club even if they are relegated.
Lowry is currently on-loan from Premier League club Aston Villa and will sit down with Gerard Houllier in the summer to discuss his future.
The Blades will face Bristol City on Saturday and are aware that should they lose they could be relegated depending on the outcome of Friday's game against Doncaster Rovers and Crystal Palace.
But for Lowry playing in League One hold no fears, having helped Leeds gain promotion from that division 12 months ago.
"I haven't spoken to anyone yet and I'm still under contract at Villa," he told the Sheffield Star.
"So I've got to sit down with them and also the gaffer here. But I haven't ruled it out, not at all. At the moment, though, I just want to focus on the game we've got left.
"I've not got a bad word to say about Villa but, obviously, if I'm not part of the plans there then I don't want to stick around the reserves."
He added: "I've played in League One before with Leeds so I know what it's like.
"Sheffield United is still a massive club and it's one which, in my opinion, really deserves to be in the Premier League let alone anywhere else."