Egyptian star Amr Zaki will make a decision on where his future lies next month, he has told skysports.com.
The striker is about to finish his season-long loan at Wigan, which started with so much promise.
Having joined from Zamalek, Zaki fired ten goals in his first 16 games - which led to interest from Real Madrid in January.
But since the turn of the year, he has failed to pounce and, after a public falling-out with manager Steve Bruce, Wigan have opted not to try and make the move permanent.
Zaki's agent revealed earlier this week that up to four other Premier League clubs were now vying for his signature and the player is now considering his options.
"I will make a decision on my future in six weeks' time," he told skysports.com.
"I might stay in the Premier League, who knows?
"I am a good professional and I like it at Wigan, but we did not agree on certain things, that is life.
"We will regroup - my agent, my club and myself and we will make a decision soon - to go back to Zamalek is also an option."
Reports emanating from North Africa claim Liverpool, Manchester City, Blackburn and Sunderland are the clubs most keen on securing Zaki's signature.