Hull City striker Matty Fryatt admits his future at the club is uncertain, with his contract set to expire next month.
The Tigers are yet to offer the striker a new deal and the 28-year-old has fallen down the pecking order at the KC Stadium following the January arrivals of Nikica Jelavic and Shane Long.
After starting in Hull's 3-2 defeat to Arsenal in the FA Cup final, Fryatt says he is unsure whether the heart-breaking loss at Wembley will be his final appearance for City.
"I'm genuinely not sure what happens next," he told the Hull Daily Mail.
"It's good to know (that the manager would like me to stay) so we'll sit down and talk.
"We'll wait and see what is said. I honestly don't know where I'll be next season but looking back at this season it's oddly been a good year," he said.
"I finished the season as the top scorer without starting a Premier League game, but I've now scored in all the domestic leagues and cups. That's an achievement I'm proud of.
"I've played against the top sides and in a FA Cup final so I'm obviously very proud of that as well."
Fryatt, who had a loan spell at Sheffield Wednesday earlier in the season, says he is glad that his patience was rewarded with a spot in the final.
"Like all the lads at Wembley I was proud to be a Hull City player. We came so close to a massive upset," he said.
"I've treated the whole season, whether that's not playing at the start, going out on loan, doing well in training, as a big chance to take.
"I've always just tried to do as well as I possibly can. I was always hopeful that my chance would come at Hull and in the end it hasn't worked out too badly."