Scott Rendell would like to resurrect his Peterborough career but would be interested in a return to Torquay if he is deemed surplus to requirements at London Road.
Rendell, who enjoyed a loan spell with the Gulls this season, is due to speak with Posh boss Gary Johnson and admits he faces an uncertain future.
The 23-year-old told the Peterborough Evening Telegraph: "I don't think I'm in Peterborough's plans, but that could change as there's a new manager and I might get my chance. I'm not sure.
"The most I've played for them is three games in a row, but they're my employers and if they want me I'd be more than happy to pull on the shirt again.
"The fans haven't seen the best of me, I'd definitely like a chance to try and prove myself again and we'll have to see if that happens.
"Until I speak to Gary Johnson, I won't know for definite what's happening with them, but Paul Buckle (Torquay boss) has already had a chat with me."
Rendell is keeping his options open at present but admits he would welcome a permanent switch to Plainmoor.
"I've really enjoyed playing for Torquay, and I have enjoyed living down there, so if Peterborough don't want me and Torquay do, then I would certainly be interested in moving down there permanently."