Hull FC utility back Ryan McGoldrick is unsure where his future lies beyond the end of the Super League season.
The Australian, 31, is on a short-term deal with the Black and Whites.
"I'm not too concerned about next year because I haven't really made up my mind about what I want to do yet," he told BBC Radio Humberside.
"I could go back home or there's some rugby union offers from here and in France and then there's also the possibility of retirement."
McGoldrick continued: "I've played for a long time now and I still feel I can carry on, but I need to work out if I want to. Hopefully this move will help me do that."
McGoldrick joined the KC Stadium side earlier this month after seven years at Castleford and scored the opening try in Monday's derby win over Hull KR.
Despite lucrative offers to switch codes to play in France, he says finances will not dictate his next move.
"Obviously money is important but I'm in a fortunate position in that regard," he added.
"Money won't be the driving factor behind what I do and I'm lucky to be able to say that. If it comes to retirement then I'm fairly comfortable with that option.
"I haven't spoken to Hull yet but I'm really enjoying my time here. If I hear from them then I'll have a decision to make."