Walsall attacker Febian Brandy is willing to consider all options available to him at the end of the season.
Brandy will see his current contract at Walsall expire at the end of the season, meaning he will be a free agent in the summer.
The 24-year-old joined Walsall last summer after impressing on trial following his release from Greek side Panetolikos and the former Manchester United youngster has established himself as a key member of Dean Smith's side.
A number of sides higher up the football pyramid are thought to be keeping tabs on Brandy's situation with the striker being an attractive proposition on a free transfer at the end of the season.
Brandy admits he would be happy to discuss a new deal with Walsall and that he will make a decision on his future at the end of the season.
"I am out of contract in the summer and I will wait and see what happens between now and then," Brandy told Sky Sports.
"I would be happy to sit down and discuss a new deal at Walsall as the manager took a risk on me last summer and I think that I have repaid him this season.
"I have really enjoyed it at Walsall and all the lads have made me feel very welcome and we will just see what happens.
"I am keeping my options open and I just want to concentrate on playing well for the rest of the season and doing my best for Walsall.
"I have got aspirations to play as high as possible for as long as possible."
Brandy, who has found himself playing as a right winger this season, has chipped in with six goals this season and he has been happy with his form this term.
"I was slow off the mark at the start of the season as it was my first proper pre-season for a while, but once I got some games under my belt I soon found my form," added Brandy.
"I have scored six goals and also had a few assists so I have been quite happy with my form.
"I have been playing out on the right wing and, although I would prefer to play up front, the manager has given me the freedom to roam about and I feel I have done okay there and hopefully I can get a few more goals and assists before the end of the season."
Walsall are still in contention for promotion, sitting just five points off the play-offs, and Brandy insists they are focused on making a late push to finish in the top six.
"Last season the club were fighting relegation, but this season we are pushing for promotion and we are only five points off the play-offs," continued Brandy.
"On our 17-game unbeaten run if we had won a few more of those games instead of drawing them we would be higher up the league.
"We will give it our all until the end of the season in a bid to win promotion and hopefully we can maintain our momentum and boost our chances of getting in the play-offs."