Rangers defender David Weir is mulling over a new contract offer to stay at Ibrox and will not make a decision until he speaks to his family.
Walter Smith has offered Weir, 38, a new one-year deal to stay at the club, but the centre-back has also been linked with moves to English trio Stoke, Birmingham and Preston.
With Weir's family based down south the player admitted his future is still up in the air.
He said: "I don't really know to be honest. The manager offered me another year at Rangers and that was great - I was delighted with that.
"He told me to speak to my wife about it and I haven't seen my wife since the cup final so I haven't had the chance.
"Nothing has changed. I'm delighted to get the opportunity but I need to run it by my family first and see what their thoughts are."