Alan Judge hopes to hold talks with Blackburn boss Gary Bowyer in the next few days in a bid to thrash out his future.
The Irishman made just seven starts for the Ewood Park outfit this season before moving to Brentford for the second half of the campaign.
Judge made a massive impact in west London, scoring seven goals in 22 games, including the crucial penalty that clinched promotion from League One.
Brentford manager Mark Warburton wants to sign the 25-year-old on a permanent basis, and the former Notts County man is keen for the matter to be resolved as soon as possible.
“I will probably find out in the next few days,” Judge told the Lancashire Telegraph.
“Brentford told me they were keen but I haven’t spoken to them since the end of the season so I don’t know what conversations have taken place since then.
“I was speaking to Gary Bowyer throughout the season but he was focusing on things at Blackburn at the end of the season and I was focusing on Brentford so I haven’t spoken to him since then.
“Hopefully I will speak to him in the next few days and find out what’s going to happen. It’s good to know where you will be.
“If he says there’s a chance for me to play regularly at Blackburn then great. But there are a lot of good players at Blackburn so I don’t know what will happen.
“At this stage of my career I’m 25 now and I need to be playing regularly.”