Patrice Evra remains coy over his future at Manchester United - but insists that whatever happens the club will always have a place in his heart.
The 33-year-old, who joined the Red Devils in 2006, is out of contract in the summer and looks likely to be on his way out.
If that does prove to be the case, he would be following Nemanja Vidic out of the door, while rumours persist that Rio Ferdinand is also heading towards the Old Trafford exit.
Vidic is likely to join Inter Milan in the summer, with Evra reportedly considering an offer from the Italian club too.
The full-back wouldn't be drawn on the speculation however, although seemed to suggest that this season could be his last with Manchester United.
"My love will not change for the club," he told RMC Sport in France.
"I love Manchester. When my love will be broken with Manchester United, I will study the possibilities.
"I am only thinking about the present. In May I will be 33 years old. I really want to have fun at the next World Cup, enjoy every moment and give my all."
If this does prove to be Evra's last season with Manchester United, it looks likely he'll end his career in England on a low.
The Red Devils are still struggling under now boss David Moyes, and slumped to a 2-0 Champions League defeat against Olympiakos on Tuesday.
Rumours of unrest in the Manchester United camp followed after that defeat, but Evra insists the team are still united behind Sir Alex Ferguson's successor.
"There was a big change, it must be digested - nobody likes change," explained Evra of Ferguson's departure last summer.
"The team played for over 28 years with Alex Ferguson.
"It is behind the new manager, we will do everything to qualify for the next Champions League."