Alan Gow is mulling over an offer from Blackpool which would make his loan switch from Rangers into a permanent deal.
The 26-year-old has been at Bloomfield Road since the start of the season, penning a six-month contract with the Seasiders.
That agreement will expire in the New Year and Gow must now decide where his future will lie.
The former Falkirk forward has caught the eye during his time in England, bagging five goals and earning a reputation as a man blessed with considerable technical ability.
It therefore comes as no surprise that Blackpool are keen to retain his services, with the Championship club now facing an anxious wait as Gow discusses his options with his agent Phil McTaggart.
"Alan is due back up in Scotland to spend time with his family and I'll meet with him to find out what he thinks before we give Blackpool a response," McTaggart told the Daily Record.
"We've waited a long time to get the offer but he has enjoyed it down there and done well.
"He has scored goals and shown he can play in the English Championship."