Mexico goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa has insisted that he will 'take his time' before deciding where to play his football next season.
The 28-year-old, who is available on a free transfer this summer after leaving Ajaccio, has attracted a host of interest following a stunning World Cup campaign for his country.
However, the stopper is in no rush to decide his long-term future.
"It's not time for me to decide just yet, I'm going to analyse and I'm going to take my time, but first and foremost I'm going to enjoy these days of holiday and I'm not going to rush into anything," he told reporters at a press conference.
"The important thing is that there are options, there are offers and I'm taking it easy. I just need to look at the pros and cons of being in France or leaving France, and go somewhere where I feel confident, happy and with the intention of playing.
"I'm in the process of analysing the offers, which I will look over with my agent and when I've made a decision, I'll let you know. We'll see what happens with the teams and then I'll decide."
It is understood that Ochoa has offers from Spain, England and Germany.