Offaly manager Michael Fennelly says he’ll sit down with their chairman Michael Duignan before making a decision on whether he’ll remain in charge for a third season.
The former Kilkenny midfielder oversaw his team winning Division Two of the League and the Christy Ring Cup this summer.
He says family and work commitments will also influence if he’s to seek reappointment.
Speaking after the Faithful’s victory against Derry at Croke Park, Fennelly hinted that he’ll stay around for their return to Division One in 2022.
“My mind is nowhere near looking to next year, it had dipped in and out over the last few weeks with plans and projects, development things, what way things might look, but I had to hold myself back because today was key, we had to win today, and we won well thankfully and that job is done,” said Michael.
“Now there’s potential plans for next year but there are conversations to be had and who knows what’s going to happen”.