Miroslav Klose is not sure where he will be next season after playing his last game for Lazio.
Lazio's 4-2 loss to Fiorentina on Sunday was the Germany international's last game for the Serie A side, with his contract set to expire in June.
The 37-year-old ex-Germany international, who converted a 74th-minute penalty at the Stadio Olimpico, has been linked with a move to MLS via New York Red Bulls, while former club Kaiserslautern have emerged a possible destination.
But Klose gave nothing away regarding his future, though he insisted he will not retire.
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"I haven't decided yet," Klose told Mediaset Premium.
"I told my manager that I wanted to end the season well, then we'll see what's on the table.
"I am still having fun and feel that I am in good shape, so I want to continue scoring goals."
Klose, who called Rome home since 2011, ended the season with seven goals in 14 starts for Lazio, who finished the campaign in eighth position.