Philadelphia Eagles quarterback, Michael Vick dropped a huge hint as to where he would like to play next year whilst talking on NFL Network.
Vick, who is a free-agent this year, only played in seven games last year as he was replaced as the starter by Nick Foles.
Speaking on NFL Network's coverage of the Super Bowl, Vick was quizzed about his thoughts on the Eagles and free agency.
"In the future this team is in a great shape to excel." Vick said of the Eagles. But would they be excelling without Vick?
"I've got to let everything play out," the quarterback said of his upcoming free agency. "I got to put myself in the best situation... I've got to make the right decisions right now."
One of the reporters then put to Vick that a Houston Texans team with Vick, potential first overall draft pick Jadeveon Clowney and Andre Johnson would be a successful team.
"I'll explore all options," said Vick, "But that sounds fun."
The Houston Texans have the first pick in the draft, and although a quarterback should be high on their wish list, it is not clear whether they would prefer to draft one or acquire one through free agency.