Manchester United striker Will Keane has revealed that he will assess his Old Trafford future once he returns from his loan spell at Sheffield Wednesday after the Championship season comes to an end on 2 May.

The young striker, who has been on loan at the south Yorkshire club since January, has been impressive and has scored three goals in 11 appearances for the Owls.

Keane, who is out of contract with United at the end of the season, has revealed that he will make a decision on his future once he returns to Old Trafford and has not ruled out a return to Hillsborough Stadium on a permanent basis next season.

"I think as a whole it's been positive. I have had plenty of minutes on the pitch and had a role to play in the team," Keane said, as quoted on Wednesday's official site.

"There have been plenty of ups and downs and I'll take a lot from it. I have to go back to United after the weekend and I'll re-assess things."

"If my options are limited at United I will look at my options and I would like to think that this club would be one," the young striker added.

The 22-year-old United forward has endured a frustrating period on the sidelines due to an ankle injury, but returned for Owls' penultimate match of the campaign against Leeds and is now hoping to fit enough to play their last game against title contenders Watford and finish his loan spell on a high.

"It was frustrating because I felt for the first nine or ten games I was really getting into it, doing well and looking forward to the second half of the loan spell."

"I didn't want to see my loan spell out being injured, I want to finish it in the right way and I'm eager to get back and help the team get a positive result in the last game," the on-loan United striker explained.

"I wanted to push myself to get back for the last few games and finish on a high and hopefully I can do that. It was really good to get back out there with the lads last weekend, it was a shame about the result but on a personal note I was just glad to get back on the pitch," Keane concluded.