Ukraine striker Andriy Shevchenko will wait "a week or two" before deciding what the next step in his career will be.
Shevchenko, 35, captained his country at Euro 2012 and stole the limelight in the co-hosts' first game by scoring a match-winning brace against Sweden.
However, he was unable to help steer his side through the group stages and he bowed out of international football in Ukraine's final group game against England.
It may yet prove to be Shevchenko's last game in professional football, too, though retirement is only one option he is considering, along with remaining at Dynamo Kiev or moving abroad.
The former AC Milan star, who won the Ballon d'Or in 2004 while playing for the Rossoneri, says he has received approaches from clubs outside of Ukraine and also has an offer on the table from Dynamo but is yet to decide which avenue to pursue.
"At the moment, I have not made a decision about my future - whether to continue playing football or retire, whether to stay in Ukraine or leave the country," Shevchenko said.
"I have offers from clubs abroad and from Dynamo Kiev. Let me take a breather after the Euros and make a decision. I will certainly stay in football... football is a bit more than a game for me. It is what I live for."
Shevchenko has been linked with a move to the MLS, while he is also believed to be a target for clubs in the Middle East and China.