Chelsea striker Didier Drogba's future at Stamford Bridge remains uncertain, according to the player's agent.
The Ivory Coast international's contract with The Blues expires at the end of this season, and is understood to be demanding a two-year extension.
However, with only a one-year deal on the table, Drogba may be forced to look elsewhere, and with his powers of recovery the 34-year-old can still play for a major club, his agent Thierno Seydi says.
"I don't know if he will remain at Chelsea next season," he told L'Equipe.
"But I know Didier could easily still play two years in a very big club.
"His secret? Recuperation. Didier takes a lot of care of himself, and he recuperates quickly and very well."
Drogba has been a loyal servant to Chelsea during his eight-year career in English football, and has enjoyed a particular resurgence this term, spearheading the club's run in the Champions League.
Vital goals in victories over Napoli and Barcelona have proved Drogba's worth to the west Londoners, however, the veteran appears likely to leave this summer with neither party able to compromise on a new deal.
A move to join Nicolas Anelka at Shanghai Shenhua, where the French forward joined in January, looks the most likely option, while former club Marseille and Italian giants AC Milan have both been mentioned as potential destinations.
With 155 goals in 271 career games for Chelsea, Drogba has firmly installed himself as a favourite around the King's Road, while he's also helped the club to three Premier League titles, three FA Cups and two League Cup victories.