OWEN Garvan admits he will have "a lot of thinking to do" in the summer when his loan spell at Millwall comes to an end.
The midfielder, 26, has another year left on his contract with parent club Crystal Palace but he barely featured under Eagles boss Tony Pulis before his switch to The Den.
Garvan has played a key role in helping the Lions climb out of the relegation zone ahead of Saturday's final-day decider against Bournemouth.
He told the Southwark News: "I've got another year left at Palace so I will go back there after the season's finished and have a chat with them.
"You never know what is going to happen in football – that is what I have found out over the years – and you can never say for sure who is and isn't going to play again for a club.
"There's no point saying I will or won't be at Palace next year because I don't know.
"One thing I will say is that I want to be fighting at the other end of the league.
"I came here when the team was struggling at the bottom but if I do leave Palace I want to go somewhere where I can be successful and further my career.
"What happens in the future will depend on the result on Saturday, what Millwall's thoughts are for next year and how much they really want to go for it.
"All of these questions will be answered in the summer I'm sure. I will have a lot of thinking to do but I just want to win on Saturday and then worry about my future."