Los Angeles Galaxy midfielder David Beckham has refused to rule out a return to England with a Premier League club.
The England international has been told by national team manager Fabio Capello that he must play European football in 2010 to stand any chance of making his World Cup squad.
Beckham remains focused on his commitments to the Galaxy, but has admitted he is almost certain to make a loan switch at the end of the MLS season, similar to the one he made to Milan earlier this year.
"At the moment all I'm concentrating on is the MLS," Beckham told Sky Sports News after England's 2-2 draw with the Netherlands on Wednesday night.
"After that's finished in a few months, I'll make plans.
"I'm 95 per cent, 99 per cent, sure that it will happen."
While Beckham appears to be most likely to return to Milan to secure his England future, he has not closed the door on a second Premier League bow.
"I'm not sure, you never know," he said. "I'm not going to stand here and say that will never happen
"Milan have expressed that they want me back."
Jamie Dunn, Goal.com