Villa midfielder Patrik Berger admits he could head for the United States when his contract runs out this summer.
However, the former Czech international will wait to see what manager Martin O’Neill “has on the table” before making any decision.
Berger has confirmed there is interest in signing him from America and he has no intention of hanging up his boots despite injury problems in recent years.
The 33-year-old has impressed as a substitute in recent games after healing his rift with O’Neill after refusing to play in a reserve match and finally proving his fitness. Berger said: “There is a possibility of me going to America. I know there is an interest but I can’t say anything at the moment because nothing is finalised.
“My deal at Villa is up in the summer and I just need to be fit and available every weekend for the manager and then we’ll see what happens. There’s no pressure but I don’t want to quit the game. I want to carry on. For the first time in two years, I haven’t been injured now for quite a long time so if I have the opportunity, I’d like to carry on.
“As for where, I don’t know and I’m not really thinking about it at the moment. Right now, I don’t want to think about anything else. I still have my deal here and I’m prepared to help Villa finish as high as we can in the table. I will see what the manager has on the table for me at the end of the season.
“Then I will sit down with the family and do what’s best for them and make my decision.”