Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez has revealed he is considering his options after what proved to be a disappointing season at Old Trafford.
The Mexican international, who has been urged by his national team boss to leave Manchester United this summer, started just six Premier League games during the course of the 2013/14 season.
Hernandez is starting to question if he has a major role to play at the club after failing to hold down a spot in Manchester United's first team.
The 25-year-old has admitted there is a possibility he could leave the Premier League outfit this summer.
Hernandez, speaking to reporters, said on his future: "There is obviously uncertainty [regarding my future], but right now I am fully focused on the national team.
"My agent and my staff help me work it all out.
"My future could be decided tomorrow, a little after or within three months. (I could) stay there (in Manchester), I really don't know."
Manchester United's new manager Louis van Gaal has reportedly handed chief executive Ed Woodward a list of names he is willing to sell this summer - but it is unclear if Hernandez is among those players.
Hernandez would attract widespread interest from teams across Europe if he was to leave Old Trafford - with Inter Milan, Valencia and Tottenham said to be among the clubs keeping close tabs on the Mexican's situation at Manchester United.
You can watch Hernandez's interview here - http://www.101greatgoals.com/blog/javier-hernandez-admits-his-man-united-future-is-in-the-balance-as-he-plays-in-goal-during-mexico-training-video/. Warning - it is in Spanish.