Veteran is keeping his cards close to his chest for now.
Everton midfield player Phil Neville has revealed that he is still undecided as to whether or not he will carry on playing next season or if he will retire from football.
The former England international, 36, announced his decision to leave Everton at the end of this campaign earlier this year, but the utility player did not say whether he would also be calling time on his glittering career or not.
Neville has been at Goodison Park for eight years now, having moved to Merseyside from Manchester United, who he had also represented for a decade.
“I am not so sure whether I will be playing football next season,” he told Sky Sports.
“I will sit down with my wife, and my mum and dad, and I will look forward to the next chapter in my career.”
Neville has been linked with a possible coaching role at his former club alongside David Moyes, who will replace Sir Alex Ferguson in the Old Trafford dug-out later this summer.
The full back cum midfield player has played in 303 matches for the Toffees since 2005, 242 of which were in the Premier League, scoring five goals along the way, while he also won 59 caps for England in an 11-year international career.