Jimmy Bullard will hold talks with Hull on Sunday before deciding whether he has a future at Celtic.
The midfielder, 31, has been targeted by the Hoops and admits he was impressed by what was on offer while on a recent visit to Glasgow.
But he will have a meeting with Hull owner Russell Bartlett before committing to a move elsewhere, to discover if he is still a part of the plans at the Tigers.
Bullard told the Sunday Mail: "I have a big meeting with Hull on Sunday and after that my position should be clearer. I want to see where I stand with them first before I make any decisions on my future.
"It's purely a football decision for me, it's not about money - not to me at least, although it might be for them. I just want to know if I still have a place in their plans but until that is made clear to me I've really no idea where I'll be playing next season."
He added: "The set-up at Celtic is fantastic. I was blown away by the stadium and the training ground is impressive too. They are both massive and it really made me realise just what a big club it is."