Yohan Cabaye has yet to commit his future to Crystal Palace despite insisting he is happy at the club.
The midfielder's contract expires this summer, and while manager Roy Hodgson has made no secret of his desire to retain him, he also expects him to receive offers from elsewhere.
Cabaye has been a regular feature in Roy Hodgson's starting line-up this season, helping Palace secure Premier League safety with four wins in their final five matches.
Palace, who will see on-loan midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek return to parent club Chelsea and face the threat of increasing interest in Wilfried Zaha, want to tie Cabaye down before he receives offers from elsewhere.
The 32-year-old told Palace's official website: "I don't know what the future holds. It was a hard, tough season so I will have a chat with my agent, the club and the chairman.
"I have no stress about my future. I've had three fantastic seasons here, I love the club and my life in London is perfect, so I will see.
"The fans are brilliant and I want to thank them once again. Since my first day here, they have been fantastic with me and I've tried to give them back their support.
"It's special to play here; the place is rocking every weekend, so us finishing 11th is for them. I hope the future can be even better for them."