Former England centre and captain Mike Tindall is keen to further his career in the Aviva Premiership with Gloucester next season
Tindall is out of contract at Kingsholm but has yet to find himself a new club.
The 33-year-old midfielder revealed that he would consider re-signing at the club if the new coaching set-up - which must still be installed - wants him.
“I would like to have another chance at Gloucester but that’s down to the new coach that comes in,” Tindall told the BBC.
“I definitely still want to play but it’s about making the right decision.”
He joined Gloucester from Bath in 2005 and was one of five players who former coach Bryan Redpath had deemed surplus to requirements.
Tindall admitted that he could also move overseas and has had offers to stay on in England although it is only short-term deals.
“I’m still trying to sort it out,” he explained.
“There’s things there but I need to make the right decision.
“Because I’ve done eight and seven years at Bath and Gloucester respectively it makes it hard to go to one club for one year.
“That’s why I was looking further afield.
“But it’s not just about me - it’s about the family as well,” said Tindall.