Aston Villa captain John Terry has reportedly yet to decide whether to continue playing beyond the end of the current campaign.
The 37-year-old left Chelsea last summer after a two-decade association with the club and signed a short-term deal with the Villans.
Terry's contract at Villa Park is due to expire in the summer and, according to reports in the British press on Wednesday, the ex-England international is ready to call it a day.
Sky Sports News suggests that the centre-back is still contemplating his future, however, and has not held any talks with manager Steve Bruce or other members of the Villa hierarchy.
Chelsea legend Terry has made 28 Championship appearances for promotion contenders Villa.