PAUL Robinson is unsure where his future lies as loan club Portmouth prepare to offer him a permanent stay at Fratton Park.
The Lions stalwart, who has so far made 20 appearances for Pompey, is due to return to The Den in January.
But he must now decide whether to pursue a long-term move away from Millwall.
Robinson told the Portsmouth News: "Obviously, we have had a few discussions along the way, but I'm just trying to play as many games as I can and give a good account of myself.
"Whatever happens I will be in a good place in January.
"My contract is up in the summer so my next move is a big one. I am 32 as well so it is one of those stages in your career that is important.
"Having been at Millwall so long it was always going to be quite a big change coming here, but it has been seamless.
"I feel I have fitted in here and it's a great bunch of lads and a good club. I'm really enjoying my time at Portsmouth playing week in, week out.
"I played 27 games for Millwall last year but Ian Holloway made it clear come August it was going to be difficult for me to play as a regular part of his team.
"I am one of those that needs to be playing regularly to keep my feet moving and body up to speed, I need to get into a rhythm and then I can play better.
"I would find it difficult going back to Millwall and not playing games.
"I am the kind of person that needs to play and wants to play – not one of those that try to sit back when not playing.
"I've been fairly pleased with my form. I've been part of a really good group at a good club here and really enjoyed playing here.
"Most of all, I have loved going out at 3pm on a Saturday or whatever time it is these days – and I always want to be on someone's team sheet playing games."