Inverness Caledonian Thistle winger Felipe Morais has admitted he is unlikely to stay with the relegated club next season.
The former Chelsea man impressed at the club after penning a short-term contract following his release by Hibernian in January.
Morais has confirmed he has been offered a deal by manager Terry Butcher, although he does not know the exact terms on the table.
However, following relegation and with other sides chasing his services, he has hinted he will be playing elsewhere next term.
"Terry wants to keep me and has offered me a deal," said Morais. "There are ongoing talks with my agent, although I don't know the details.
"But Terry knows I have other clubs interested and I'm probably not going to stay at Inverness.
"I've a couple of offers from the SPL and back down south and I'm deciding what to do. It's been a crazy season."