Ex-Fulham star McBride considers Chicago Fire future
The 37-year old striker admits that there may be some things to sort out with the club before he commits to a new deal but the fact the MLS have him under contract for another year means he will not be going anywhere outside of the competition.
McBride almost completely ruled out a return to England, saying it would be far too hard a move to make at this stage of his career.
"For me and my family, that would be a pretty difficult move," McBride added. "We have to think about our livelihood, of course, but I would say that would be pretty hard to do."
The former USA international admitted it was a disappointing end to the Fire's season, losing in penalties to Real Salt Lake in the Eastern Conference final last week, adding that in some ways it was a failure to not reach the MLS Cup final.
"We didn't get where we wanted to," McBride added. "It wasn't a bad season, just not exactly what we hoped it would be. We started off well, and the finish I would love for it to go better, but it only happens that way for one team."