Ulster and Ireland center Darren Cave says that there are”decisions to be made” within his future.
The 31-year-old signed up a yearlong contract extension last April ensuring he’d remain at Ulster until at least summer 2019.
“Over the past couple of months I’ve begun to check out of Rugby slightly for the first time,” he confessed.
“It is some thing which I will have to make a determination on from the upcoming month or so”
Cave made his senior provincial introduction 12 decades ago and last featured for Ireland at 2015.
“Probably for the very first time in my career I’ve begun to look at options from Rugby,” he explained.
“I thought when I was younger that I would play before I was 35.”
At the finish of last year, Ulster lost a number of the experienced players for example Trimble, Tommy Bowe and Paul Marshall.
“All good things come to a conclusion and there is part of me who believes that I would WISh to complete it in my provisions also.
Ulster now occupy the final play-off invest Pro14 conference B and also will sponsor Southern King on Saturday.
That will be followed a week after having a trip to Dublin to accept reigning European Champions Cup holders Leinster from the quarter-finals of this season’s competition.