Tom Ince has insisted he is in no rush to leave Blackpool, but the Liverpool target will sit down with the club to discuss his future once he returns from the European Under-21 Championship with England.
Ince is viewed as one of the brightest talents operating outside of the Premier League and Liverpool had bids to bring him back to the club in January rejected. Reds boss Brendan Rodgers has kept tabs on a player who came through the youth ranks at Liverpool and there are suggestions he will renew his interest this summer.
Ince is currently focused on England duty in Israel, but he will speak with his father and manager of Blackpool, Paul Ince, before making a decision.
"I'm focused on the tournament here, but after it has finished I will sit down and go from there," Ince told Sky Sports News. "Blackpool have given me a platform to be the player I am now.
"I left Liverpool at a young age and felt it was the right thing to do. I do not regret that decision and sometimes it is about timing. I will sit down with dad and the chairman and I will talk through what is best for me. If I stay, then great. I will give exactly what I did this season and more. If not, we'll see what happens."