Andy Barrowman has confirmed he is leaving Ross County but he has yet to decide where his future lies.
The 23-year-old has been in sparkling form for the Scottish Second Division champions this season, netting 29 goals.
Inverness Caledonian Thistle have been keen on Barrowman for some time but he has also revealed that there is interest from English clubs.
"I am leaving and basically it comes down to a choice of whether I stay in Scotland or go back down to England," he told the Daily Record.
"The interest from Inverness is common knowledge but I've options in England as well."
Barrowman admits it was a wrench to leave Ross County but he feels it was the best move for his career.
He explained: "It wasn't an easy decision to leave County because the club has been good for me and I got on brilliantly with the boys and the manager.
"It was tough to have to make that call to Derek Adams and inform him I was going but I just feel there is a risk I could regret it if I don't go."
Manager Adams added: "I'm disappointed to lose Andy as he has done so well for us. County have been good to him and he's been good to us."