Chelsea loanee Marko Marin has revealed that he is yet to decide where he will play next season but admits that Sevilla want him to stay in La Liga for at least one more campaign.
The 24-year-old moved to west London in 2012 after the Blues paid Werder Bremen £6m to secure his services.
However, the German international failed to feature regularly in his debut season at Stamford Bridge and Jose Mourinho opted to send him out on loan to Sevilla last summer.
And even though Marin has struggled for regular game time in La Liga due to a string of minor injuries his dribbling ability has impressed in Spain during a number of stand out performances.
Indeed, Marin himself has now revealed that Sevilla manager Unai Emery is keen to prolong his spell in Spain although he himself is still yet to make a decision.
"Sevilla wants me to stay here, but there are signs from England that they want me back. I'm flattered and proud that they want me to stay here. The fans quickly earn the hearts of the players," Marin was quoted by Sevilla-Based media outlet El Desmarque.
"My future is still undecided. We'll sit down after the season and talk about my situation", he added.
Marin was considered one of the most talented players in the Bundesliga before signing for Chelsea, having been part of Germany's 2010 World Cup squad.
However his future at Stamford Bridge looks uncertain after the club added Mohamed Salah to their attacking ranks in January following Juan Mata's move to Manchester United.
Nevertheless, some reports in Spain claim that Chelsea may get him back in order to sell him to another club and recoup a fraction of the £6m they paid for him two summers ago.