Manchester United goalkeeper Ben Amos is considering his future at Old Trafford following the recent signings of Anders Lindegaard and David De Gea.
In preparation for the retirement for Edwin Van der Sar, Sir Alex Ferguson brought Lindegaard during the January transfer window, while De Gea arrived after wining the Under-21 European Championships with Spain.
And as a result, Amos is unsure if his future lies at United.
"It is a decision like you would not believe," said Amos.
"It is one of the hardest decisions I have had to make and I am still thinking about it now. I do see an opportunity there.
"If I perform to the right level, anything can happen. The manager could throw me in. At the same time, I am risking not getting the game time I desperately need. I am weighing up the options and we will see what happens."
United are expected to chose between De Gea and Lindegaard for the season current raiser against Manchester City in the Community Shield.
Having spent a reported £20 million on the Spanish under-21 international, De Gea is the favourite to start for United at Wembley.