Wide man has been with the Potters since 2010.
New Stoke City head coach Mark Hughes could be set to surprisingly hand controversial midfield player Jermaine Pennant a new contract at the Britannia stadium, according to reports in the Daily Telegraph.
The one-time England Under-21 international has been at Stoke for the past three seasons, having signed for the Potters on a permanent two-and-a-half-year deal worth £1.75 million in Dec 2010, having initially been on loan at the club from Spanish outfit Real Zaragoza.
However, after an initially promising start to his career at Stoke, the 30-year-old soon fell out with previous manager Tony Pulis, so much so that the wide man featured in just the two matches for the club in all competitions in the whole of the previous campaign, including one game in the Premier League, before he was shipped out on loan to Championship outfit Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Hughes, though, is understood to be keen to give the winger one more chance to prove himself at the club next season and may now offer Pennant a new deal when he returns from holiday shortly.