TOM Adeyemi says he will give serious consideration to his next move now his season-long loan at Rotherham United is over.
The Cardiff City midfielder was this week linked with Ipswich Town and his home-town club, Norwich City, and has an offer on the table from Millers boss Paul Warne.
Speaking to the Advertiser after Sunday's game with Derby County, Adeyemi expressed his gratitude to the club before going away to ponder his future.
"Now I can sit down and see what my options are and I have to think about a lot of things," he said. "But from a football perspective, I can't speak any higher of this club. This was a really important season for me to get games and to play regularly and I've been able to do that."
Warne confirmed he had made a good offer to keep Adeyemi, who netted seven goals in a struggling side, but knows the pull of staying in the Championship is a big attraction for the 25-year-old.
"We're doing everything we can to keep Tom and if he doesn't get the club he wants then he has said he will be happy to stay here," he added.
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