Portsmouth midfielder Sean Davis says he is still 'undecided' about his future as he prepares to leave Fratton Park.
Davis' contract expires at the end of the month and the 29-year-old has turned down the opportunity to stay at Pompey.
Skysports.com understands Davis will join Premier League rivals Bolton Wanderers, who wanted to sign the player in January.
However, the former Fulham and Tottenham man will wait until he returns from holiday before announcing a decision on his next club.
When asked where he would be playing his football next season, Davis told The News: "I am still undecided.
Fresh challenge"I am on holiday until the end of June and will make a decision after that."
Davis has made over 110 appearances for Pompey since joining from Spurs in January 2006 and believes it is time to move on.
He added: "I have not spoken to anyone from Portsmouth since I was sick on the last day of the season.
"To be honest, I have given up worrying about what Portsmouth say or do.
"I enjoyed my time there, but it is time for a fresh challenge."