Hearts defender Danny Wilson insists he has no regrets over leaving Liverpool, but admits he will consider his future as relegation looms.
The 22-year-old spent three years at Anfield having joined from Rangers as a youngster, but he managed to make just nine appearances in all competitions during his three-year spell at Anfield.
Wilson moved back to Scotland, initially on loan, in January 2013 before penning a contract at Tynecastle, where he was made captain, at the end of last season.
Hearts are destined to exit the Scottish Premiership this year after a turbulent campaign, but Wilson says he is yet to make a decision on whether he will be playing in the second tier.
"It's not something I've given much thought to because the season's still ongoing," he told the Sunday Mail.
"I've not spoken to the manager yet and I think it would be disrespectful to speak of it without speaking to him first.
"I haven't made any decisions, but I'm still young, I'm still ambitious and I want to play at as high a level as I possibly can.
"I can't sit here and say I'm going to leave or I'm going to stay because I don't know what that highest level is going to be for me, but if it's at Hearts, I've got no problem with that.
"Had I wanted to, there was an opportunity for me to have left at the start of the season. I'm not in a position where I'm regretting my decision to stay, I'm happy, I've been playing games.
"You always want to have the best season you possibly can and I have been disappointed in that aspect because we haven't played well enough at times."
Speaking of leaving Anfield, he added: "But I don't have any regrets. I'm very happy here and that's the reason I stayed.
"And I've certainly enjoyed it more than if I'd been sitting down in Liverpool, absolutely. I always prefer to play.
"I went down there and never really got the opportunities to play. I've been given that here and I'm very grateful for it."