Anatoliy Tymoshchuk has admitted he may now stay at Bayern Munich following his recent return to the team.
The Ukrainian midfielder had been expected to leave the German champions in the January transfer window due to his lack of first-team football this season.
Bayern coach Louis van Gaal had revealed before the start of the campaign that Tymoshchuk's opportunities would be limited this term and had advised him to look elsewhere.
However, he has come into the side for injured captain Mark van Bommel and scored twice in last week's victory over Eintracht Frankfurt.
Tymoshchuk claims there are clubs interested in a New Year deal, but he may decide to stay on at the Allianz Arena if he remains in the team.
"It feels good to play 90 minutes," said Tymoshchuk.
"If this feeling persists, then they know that will change my decision.
"I'd stay if that were the case, but there are some interested parties out there and I am in form."