Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard is refusing to rule out a move to Major League Soccer.
The England international has a year remaining on his current contract in west London, having won 10 major honours with the club.
However, having yet to sign an extension, Lampard's future remains uncertain, and while a move this summer appears unlikely, the 34 year old is open to a future move stateside.
"I have another year on my contract at Chelsea," he said. "We have a big season. We play in the Super Cup and the World Club Championship in December. Then it's up to Chelsea.
"If they want to speak with me about my future, then I'll speak with them. I wouldn't rule anything out at the moment.
On a future move to the MLS, he said: "Not at the moment, no, because I have a contract with Chelsea. Beyond that I don't know."
Lampard has spent 11 years at Stamford Bridge and has contributed to the most successful era in The Blues' history.
His double against Bolton Wanderers in 2005 won Chelsea their first league title for 50 years, while he also netted in the 2009 FA Cup final against Everton.
The greatest achievement of his tenure came last season, as the club claimed the European Cup after overcoming Barcelona on their way to a final victory over Bayern Munich.
Salomon Kalou, Didier Drogba and Jose Bosingwa have all left this summer; despite all contributing to Chelsea's Champions League win, however Lampard's departure would be the most high profile.
With 186 career goals for Chelsea, Lampard is the club's third highest ever goal scorer, behind Kerry Dixon and Bobby Tambling and is regarded as one of their greatest ever players.