The A-League Golden Boot winner is currently on loan in China.
Central Coast Mariners striker Daniel McBreen admits he is undecided as to whether he will remain at Shanghai SPIG beyond his loan deal.
The 36-year-old joined the Chinese Super League club in June and has quickly become an integral part of the setup at the Shanghai Stadium, scoring two goals in five matches, including a stunning 35-yard lob.
McBreen, named as the A-League’s leading scorer last season as the Mariners reached the Grand Final, is expected back at the Bluetongue Stadium come the end of October.
“As things stand I’m here til the end of October and I have to be back and registered with the Mariners again by October 31 [the end of the transfer window],” McBreen said to Fox Sports.
Despite prospering during his short time in China there is still a element of doubt surrounding whether the Socceroos veteran will remain with Shanghai and become the latest player to exit Graham Arnold’s title-winning.
“I’ve been asked a few times about staying on and really I can only cross that bridge if and when I come to it,” McBreen added. “For now I just want to keep on scoring goals and, as clichéd as it sounds, do my best to help the team.
“If something comes up, I’d have to sit down and consider it with my family, and talk to Arnie [Arnold] about the future. For now though it’s just week by week, and as things stand, in my head I’ll be back at the Mariners for the rest of the season.”