Julio Cesar admits he does not know where his future lies, and says he could be back at Queens Park Rangers in August.
The Brazil number one is currently on-loan at MLS outfit Toronto FC, who he joined in February after being told by boss Harry Redknapp he could leave as Robert Green was his first choice shot-stopper.
But with two years left on his current deal at Loftus Road, it appears Cesar could yet return to QPR.
"I don't know what might happen after the World Cup, I am under contract [with Toronto FC] until December 2014, but there is a contract clause allowing me to return to England in August," he explained to ESPN Brasil.
The 34-year-old insists he is not worried about his future.
"This is not something that worries me, I have to focus on the World Cup and only later plan my future," he said.
"I can't say what what will happen."