All Blacks centre Ma'a Nonu has denied reports that he set to move to France after the World Cup.
Nonu's contract with New Zealand and the Hurricanes is due to expire after the tournament in November.
That has seen the powerhouse back linked to big money moves away from New Zealand, with Montpellier linked a serious contenders for his signature.
However the 28-year-old, who has won 56 caps, insists he is in no rush to decide on his next move.
"It's where you are at in your career, if you've got a family or maybe you are single. It depends on after," he said.
"Maybe you want to sit on the beach in the south of France or you want to play 40-odd games in the UK or go to Japan and eat sushi all day.
"I've played here for a long time. In the next couple of months I'll think about what I want to do. I'll give you guys [the media] a text when I know!"