Theo Robinson is due to hold talks with Southend United over his future.
The striker is currently on loan in League Two at Colchester United but is due to return to Roots Hall next week.
Robinson, who is 30 years-old, has scored four times in 17 appearances so far this season since joining the U’s in late August.
He has fallen out-of-favour at Southend and was shipped out on loan to Swindon Town at the back end of the last campaign.
Robinson has said, as per a report by the Southend Echo : “I’ll sit down with the clubs and go from there. But for me, it’s all about playing football – that’s the main thing. I’ll need to have a conversation with managers and the staff. I’m doing well and the team is doing well, so if I’m continuing to do that then I’ll be staying here.”
“As a striker, you want to play every game but it’s a team game and you want to keep working hard and pushing. I just want to keep going and help the team improve as much as I can.”
Robinson is a vastly experienced striker in the Football League and has previously had spells at Huddersfield Town, Millwall, Derby County, Doncaster Rovers, Port Vale and Lincoln City. Can Colchester United retain his services for the rest of the season?