Spartak Moscow star McGeady puts Villa, Sunderland on summer notice
"I'll see what happens in the next year," he told the Irish Independent.
"It depends how it goes on the pitch, and whether we qualify for the Champions League or not. How the Euros go, you never know. I've not thought about where I want to play next. Whatever happens, happens.
"By the time the Euros come around, I'll have played 20 games since last year because the season is so all over the place. The football is stop-start and you've so much time off. It's almost three months since I've last played."