Lars Veldwijk has opened the door to a possible return to Nottingham Forest when his loan spell with PEC Zwolle expires at the end of the campaign.
The towering forward previously claimed he wouldn't be returning to the Championship side, but since the sacking of Dougie Freedman, Veldwijk admits his future is now uncertain.
"Until three weeks ago, it was sure that I would be sold, but then the coach was fired," he told ELF Voetbal. "Now I do not know if the club and if the new coach wants me there."
The 24-year-old, who is in the process of obtaining his South African citizenship, has been in impressive form in the Eredivisie this season, which has led to reported interest from unnamed Chinese clubs, and the former Excelsior man concedes he'd find it tough to ignore a lucrative offer from an ambitious Chinese club.
"I imagine that I will get a nice offer from China. Then, it will also be difficult for me to say no," he added.
Since joining Zwolle on loan Veldwijk has impressed scoring 13 goals and contributing eight assists in 30 league outings.