Stanley loan striker Billy Kee is still assessing his options for next season.
The teenager has scored nine goals this season for the Reds - mostly off the bench - but needs to talk to parent club Leicester before any decisions are made.
"I have not got a clue what will happen next season," said Kee. " I know Leicester want to offer me something and they are my main club and my main priority at the moment so we will see what happens there. I will talk to them in the next couple of weeks. I have enjoyed this season though so I wouldn’t say no to coming back."
Kee has been on a season-long loan with the Reds and admits it has played a big part in his career.
"I have got a lot more experinece being here, I am stronger and fitter and a different player to what I was at the start of the season. I really appreciate it all. I would like to finish the season in style though and make it 10 goals with a goal at Cheltenham tomorrow. I really just want to start a game."
Boss John Coleman needs to speak to other loanees and their clubs - Tom Lees, Dean Bouzanis and Johnny Flynn.