Jon Otsemobor has said he is keeping his options open as he prepares to leave Crewe.
The defender's contract expires in the summer and he does not plan to put pen-to-paper on a new deal at Gresty Road.
He is widely expected to join Norwich and admits Canaries boss Peter Grant is keen on signing him.
However, the likes of Sheffield Wednesday and Leeds are also believed to be interested and Otsemobor insists a decision will not be made until the end of the season.
"My agent has spoken to Peter Grant and they are very interested in taking me," Otsemobor told The Sentinel.
"But there are other clubs interested in me and I have not made a decision on whether to go to Norwich.
"I am keeping my options open."
Otsemobor has been sidelined for the last two months after tearing a hamstring against Doncaster, but he is close to fitness again.
He hopes to feature before the end of the season, but believes he may have played his last match for the club.
"I have read Dario said he wouldn't play me again, but it would be nice to be involved in one or two of the last games," he said.
"I wouldn't like the season to fizzle out and not be involved as it would be a sad way of leaving."