GLOUCESTER target Rhys Priestland remains undecided over his future in Wales.
The Scarlets fly-half is out of contract at the end of the season and could join the growing exodus of international players from the Principality.
He has attracted widespread interest from Aviva Premiership clubs, including the Cherry and Whites, who are chasing a pair of pivots to replace Freddie Burns in the summer.
It had been reported that the 27-year-old was on the verge of re-signing with the Scarlets and a contract offer is on the table.
But Priestland insists nothing is signed and he remains open minded, with an extended interview to be screened on BBC Two Wales tonight.
"What I've found hard is all the uncertainty this year," said Priestland.
"Obviously the Scarlets have been my region. That's all I've known
"It's just a bit strange that we don't know come the end of the season what's going to happen to them and what's going to happen to the Union.
"Because we haven't got all the facts it's hard to make a proper decision. That's what I've found a bit frustrating this year."
The 2012 Grand Slam winner has a close relationship with Gloucester director of rugby Nigel Davies and came through the Scarlets’ ranks during his tenure in west Wales.
And while Davies has remained tight-lipped over his targets he recently admitted his admiration for Priestland, who certainly fits the bill to fill the void at Kingsholm.