Carlos Tevez has left the door open to a departure from the Chinese Super League after admitting he could return to boyhood club Boca Juniors.
Tevez penned a two-year contract at Shanghai Shenhua last December after agreeing a mega money move to China.
However, there is a release clause in Tevez’s deal which can be activated after one-year at the club.
The 33-year-old’s holiday to Argentina later this month has fuelled rumours that he could move to Boca for the third time in his career, with the club’s president admitting that the doors are open to him.
Tevez told Radio Mitre: “I don’t regret anything, not even leaving Boca because it was the time to do so.
“I wasn’t enjoying myself that much and I wanted to think about my family. I’m content and happy here [in China]. I get to enjoy my family and live peacefully.
“I still haven’t made a decision on whether to return, although each time it becomes more difficult. In 10 days, I will be on holiday in Buenos Aires and I will see what I do.
“I will go on holiday but I will not be staying. I have to return [to China].”