Zyro has spoken to Legia.Sport to discuss his future, with Celtic and Wolves showing transfer interest in him ahead of the summer window.
Zero said: “For now, I go on holiday and turn off the phone. After returning to the club, my future will begin to be decided. At the moment I do not exclude any possibility - whether to lengthen the contract or change club.”
HITC Sport revealed last week that Wolves were preparing a bid for Legia Warsaw winger Michal Zyro, having long held an interest in the 22-year-old Polish star.
A pacy wideman, who can also play as a long striker, Zyro is considered one of the best talents in his homeland, and has won two league titles with Legia, although a summer exit is expected.
He currently has just one year left on his contract, and the Warsaw-based club are readying themselves to face bids from Wolves for his services, as well as the likes of Celtic - who attempted to sign the exciting youngster last summer, as per the Scotsman.
His comments are non-committal concerning his future, and he has no desire to either agree a new contract or look for a move away as of yet. The league season has only just ended, and he is holding off deciding upon his future until he returns from holiday.
Should Legia receive an acceptable fee for Zyro, it is likely they will push to sell him, as, despite his undeniable talent, he looks to be struggling with the club. His attacking output is not what has been expected of him, although many suspect he will thrive at a different club.
Wolves are preparing themselves to make an offer for Zyro, and it remains to be seen whether Celtic also revive their interest in a player they are certainly keen on signing.