Norwich striker Ian Henderson has admitted he does not know where his future lies.
Henderson is currently on loan at Rotherham and has made 16 appearances for The Millers since he joined in January.
The 22-year-old has not played for Norwich since September and he would consider a permanent move to Millmoor.
"I'm not sure where I'll be next season at the moment. The bottom line is I want to play football but I want to keep my options open and we'll have to wait and see. Obviously I would like to stay at Norwich but I've also had a great time with Rotherham," he told the Eastern Daily Press.
"I haven't spoken to Peter Grant a great deal to be honest. He's got a job to do at Norwich and I've got one to do at Rotherham. I've spoken to him a couple of times and he's given me his thoughts.
"I certainly feel like I have improved as a player since I came to Rotherham. I have found a position just behind the striker that seems to suit my game and something that I can build on in the future.
"The Rotherham boys have been brilliant and they've all worked really hard to try and pull us away from the relegation zone."