Bayern Munich youngster David Alaba has admitted to being unaware of where his future lies next season.
The versatile Austrian spent the second-half of last season on loan at Hoffenheim, making 17 Bundesliga appearances and scoring two goals in the process.
Alaba has been linked with another loan move to the club for the upcoming season, yet the 18-year-old claims he is unsure where he will play his football next season.
"I believe that I could develop myself into a good young player at Hoffenheim but if Bayern want to keep me, it would be a huge honour. I just hope that I find out what's happening soon," Alaba told Bild.
"At the moment I will train with Hoffenheim which won't hurt. Training with Bayern probably would not be a big difference however."
Alaba's future at the Allianz Arena could be decided on whether Bayern bring in Bayer Leverkusen's Arturo Vidal during the summer, with Jupp Heynckes' side being heavily linked with the Chilean.
Hoffenheim have already declared an interest in re-loaning the Austrian international who has already appeared eight times for his nation.