Brentford midfielder David Hunt is weighing up his future with his contract due to expire this summer.
The 28-year-old is currently at League Two-bound Crawley Town after joining the Red Devils on loan during the January transfer window.
The former Crystal Palace youngster has impressed at Crawley, making 24 appearances for the side and helping them to the Blue Square Premier title.
Hunt also shone during Crawley's famous FA Cup clash at Manchester United and his form prompted Bees boss Nicky Forster to try and take him back to Brentford when he took over at Griffin Park in March, but he could not return under the terms of his loan deal.
Crawley are thought to be keen on signing Hunt on a permanent basis as they prepare for life in the Football League next season, while the likes of Bournemouth are believed to be keeping tabs on his situation.
Brentford are also keen to offer him a new deal and Hunt admits he will consider all his options once the season draws to a close.
"I am glad we have secured promotion and hopefully I will sit down and plan for my future," Hunt told skysports.com.
"I would seriously consider joining Crawley on a permanent basis as it has been a great experience there and I have loved working with the players and management.
"I will also sit down and see Brentford want to do at the end of the season."
Hunt's agent, Jesse Learoyd-Hill, has confirmed they will consider all options this summer before making a decision on his future.
"I am looking forward to sitting down with David and discussing his future with him and weighing up what may be best for him and his family," Learoyd-Hill.
"David enjoyed his time at Crawley and they have indicated they would like to kep him."