Danny Wilson says he will reassess his future at Heart of Midlothian at the end of the season.
The 22-year old defender insists he does not regret his decision to leave Liverpool for the Edinburgh club last year even though the Jambos are on the verge of being relegated from the Scottish Premiership.
Wilson moved to Tynecastle on loan in January 2013 before signing a permanent deal in the summer but could be playing in Scotland's Championship next term as Hearts currently sit 19 points second-bottom St Mirren.
On his move to Hearts, Wilson insists he does not rue leaving Anfield but may be forced to look at his next move in the summer if the Edinburgh outfit are condemned to the second tier.
"It's not something I've given much thought to because the season's still ongoing," he told the Sunday Mail.
"I've not spoken to the manager yet and I think it would be disrespectful to speak of it without speaking to him first.
"I haven't made any decisions, but I'm still young, I'm still ambitious and I want to play at as high a level as I possibly can.
"But I don't have any regrets. I'm very happy here and that's the reason I stayed.
"And I've certainly enjoyed it more than if I'd been sitting down in Liverpool, absolutely. I always prefer to play.
"I went down there (from Rangers) and never really got the opportunities to play. I've been given that here and I'm very grateful for it."
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