GARY Alexander admits he's unsure what his future holds after completing his loan spell at AFC Wimbledon.
The Crawley Town striker scored three goals in 18 games during a successful loan spell at Kingsmeadow, including a vital strike in the 2-1 win against Fleetwood that saw them escape the drop on the final day of the season.
However, Alexander has now returned to the Broadfield Stadium, where he still has 12 months remaining on his contract.
And the former Millwall and Brentford frontman says he will weigh up his options in the close season.
He said: “I had a chat with the manager, who said he never wanted me to leave Crawley in the first place.
“I am their player and still have another year to run on my deal, so I'll have to sit and wait to see what happens.
“I signed a two-year contract at at Crawley when I joined, and if they don't want me they have to get rid of me. The ball's in their court.”
Alexander insists he thoroughly enjoyed his four-month stay with the Dons, and insists helping them stay up is one of the best achievements of his career.
He added: “I loved my time at Wimbledon. When I signed I knew it was a difficult challenge, but one I was looking forward to.
“It was great to keep them up and stay in the league. People had written us off, so to beat the drop on the final day was emotional.”
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