Wales back-rower Gareth Delve has revealed he will make a decision on his future at the end of the Six Nations.
Gloucester No8 Delve has been linked with a move to Australia with Melbourne Rebels, Cardiff Blues and Bath.
But Delve, who won his 10th cap against Ireland, insists he is weighing up where he will ply his trade next season. Delve said: "Everyone has been fantastic and I really enjoyed the week, even though a win against Ireland did not happen.
"I am just looking to take the chances I have been given and hopefully I will have one against Italy next weekend. I will look to make a final decision on my future when the Six Nations is over and I will be able to give it my full attention.
"It is a huge decision for me as I look to go into my peak years. I will need to give it the right time and focus for that reason.
"But at the moment I am going to give the Six Nations the full attention it deserves to do myself justice."
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