Le Fondre is on loan at Wolves from Cardiff City, and he may well have played his last match for the Midlands side.
The experienced striker is currently out injured, and he is not expected to make it back in time for Wolves’ match against Nottingham Forest at the weekend.
Wolves then play Sheffield Wednesday on the final day of the season, and it remains to be seen whether Le Fondre will play a part.
Jackett now says that he has a decision to ponder, as he considers whether or not to make the 29-year-old’s move a permanent one.
“We’ll look at it in the summer,” Jackett said, when asked about Le Fondre’s future.
“We have to see where we are and find a balanced front line, with a compliment, and we need choices, we need options along our front line.”
Le Fondre has arguably not had the impact many were hoping at Molineux this season.
The Cardiff loanee has never really established his place in Jackett’s team, and he has not scored prolifically.
Le Fondre has made 25 appearances for Wolves in total, but only 10 of these displays have been as a starter - and he has only found the back of the net on three occasions.