Wolverhampton Wanderers star Rafa Mir has confirmed he will sit down with his parent club at the end of the season to discuss the plan for him going forwards.
The 23-year-old has rarely been out of the headlines in recent weeks, having shone during a crucial period for SD Huesca.
Mir has hit six goals in his last five games to lift the club out of the relegation zone.
His tally now stands at 15 across all competitions for the season.
Inevitably, such a haul has led to reports of interest from several clubs.
In-demand Mir has given an interview with Marca to comment on his current situation.
He said: “Interest from other teams? These things happen; we know how it works.
“It does not distract me from my goal, which is day-to-day: training and the game on Sunday.
“When the year ends we will talk to Wolves, who are the owner of my rights, and see what path we will take.”
Jose form may dictate Mir decision
What happens with Mir this summer may well depend on what Wolves decide to do with Willian Jose.
The Brazilian is on loan from Real Sociedad and the club have an option buy him at the end of the season.
Unless there’s a big improvement, it’s hard to see Wolves moving to sign him permanently, and that could help Mir come back into the fold at Molineux.