Arsenal goalkeeper Jens Lehmann says he would prefer to sign a new deal with the Gunners but has not ruled out a move to Spain or back to Germany.
Lehmann is on his third one-year contract with the Gunners
Lehmann is on his third one-year deal with Arsenal, who never offer players over 30 years old contracts of more than 12 months.
"Arsenal have priority in the talks about my future," said the 37-year-old.
"When I came to London I was 33 and I signed until now for three years but a one-year offer is not so bad."
But he told German newspaper Bild am Sonntag: "I am not saying that if I get an Arsenal offer I will definitely stay. If there is no Arsenal deal I am open."
Lehmann helped take Arsenal to the Champions League final last season then played a part in Germany's advance to the World Cup semi-finals.
And he was to the fore on Saturday as Arsenal routed Blackburn 6-2.
He said clubs in Spain and Germany would interest him but added: "I might not make a decision until May. I'm pretty relaxed about my whole situation."