Clyde player-manager Joe Miller is considering his future at the Cumbernauld club.
Joe Miller is being tipped for the Livingston manager's job
He is wanted by First Division rivals Livingston and has promised the Clyde board an answer soon about who he will be managing next season.
"The board and I have spoken," Miller told the First Division club's website.
"We know each other thoughts and I just need some time to think things through. I will do my thinking privately and it will be sorted soon."
Miller is favourite to land the Livingston job ahead of former Hibernian and Kilmarnock manager Bobby Williamson.
However, he promised not to keep Clyde waiting to long to learn his intentions.
The main scouting priority for the summer has to be to get a 20-goal striker
"I do not want to put anyone in an awkward situation or mess the club around," he said.
And Miller, who had previously insisted that he would not leave Clyde in the summer, outlined his plans for next season.
"I think the future is bright, the potential of this group of players is mind blowing," he said after a season in which Clyde finished fifth.
"I would like to personally thank the fans for their continued support.
"At times we played really good football and we brought in some fresh talent into the team after some experienced players left in January.
"The club is in a fortunate position.
"The main scouting priority for the summer has to be to get a 20-goal striker.
"Just imagine what position we would have been in if we had someone who was that kind of finisher last term."