Cardiff City's Warren Feeney admits he will make up his mind over the next few weeks about where his future lies, with the talented forward weighing up options from both home and abroad.
The Northern Ireland international, who hit a rich vein of form at the back end of last season while on loan at SPL outfit Dundee United, is to return to parent club Cardiff for pre-season training in South Wales.
With a year left on his contract with the Championship club he could decide to stay on at Ninian Park, or alternatively take up one of the numerous options he has north and south of the border, with interest from a Spanish club also mounting.
The 28-year-old Northern Ireland hit-man, who caught the eye with three goals in his final four matches last term, is weighing up his options carefully but knows time is moving on.
Feeney, back in Wales after a family holiday, told skysports.com: "I'm at my peak now and the next move for me will be my last big move.
"The deal won't be about the money it will be about the security.
"We are due back next week for pre-season, at the moment I'm not sure of the gaffer's plans for me but my agent tells me of interest in Scotland and England.
"If a deal is offered from Cardiff or elsewhere and gives me the kind of security I'm looking for then that will do me.
"I can then concentrate on doing my utmost for whichever club it is and also try to get Northern Ireland to next year's World Cup"
Glasgow giants Rangers have been linked with the striker, but more recently Huddersfield and Norwich have thrown their hat in the ring along with Charlton, who are all looking for proven goalscorers like Feeney at League One level.