Shane Duffy says he will have discussions with Brighton about his future at the club once he is finished with Ireland international duty.
The 30-year-old, who joined Brighton six years ago, featured 18 times for the club in the Premier League last season, though just five of those appearances came after Christmas.
"I think that I will sit down with the club after this camp," he said.
"I know that I need to be playing regularly to be involved and playing for my country which is probably the biggest thing for me.
"I know that I need to be playing football every week. These three games, and then I'll sit down with the club and we'll figure out which is the best option."
Duffy added: "I have not played a lot. It's been a couple of things, a few niggles from March, and I couldn't get into a team that was playing so well. We finished ninth in the Premier League, the highest position in the club’s history.
"I had to play my part around the place with the team and use all my experience in helping people in getting us over the line. It’s difficult not playing every week and every footballer will tell you that. You have got to keep your head down and keep going."
🗣️ "I'll sit down with the club."
Brighton defender Shane Duffy says he will discuss his future with the club when he returns from international duty ⚖️ pic.twitter.com/zUGNIzoZ2K
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