The Ghanaian has left the door on his future wide open after stating he has received offers from a lot of clubs and is yet to make a decision on where he'll be next
UAE Pro-League topscorer Asamoah Gyan has spoken ambiguously on his club future after admitting he has received offers "a lot of clubs" and "could play anywhere" next season.
Speaking to reporters in UAE, the future of the 26-year-old Ghanaian was a chief concern with Al Ain stating they will exercise their right to buy him outright from Sunderland when his loan deal expires at the end of this season.
However, Gyan said he wasn't sure if he'd stay at Al Ain, despite admitting he was 100 per cent happy in UAE.
On his future, he said: "It could be anywhere. I'm ready to go to anywhere, anywhere that I feel comfortable.
"I need to make the right decision ... but I need to take my time. I don't make decisions on my own; I go back to my family and my agent and everybody and I will see where my future lies.
"I need to take the right decision. So far, I'm 100 per cent happy here but I don't know if I will stay in Al Ain or if I will go back to anywhere to play."
During his stay in UAE, Gyan has helped Al Ain to the 2011-12 Pro-League title and is currently the competition's leading goalscorer with 19 strikes.
Gyan added: "Definitely if you go somewhere and everything there is perfect you want to stay but we are still in negotiations and we will have to wait and see until the end of my loan deal."
The Ghanaian also revealed he hadn't heard from parent club Sunderland despite Black Cats boss Martin O'Neill stated he'd contact Gyan to discuss his plans.
"I haven't spoken to anybody since I came here. I heard the manager would call me, and I was waiting for that, but no call came. I'm still here," he said.