Former Ospreys and Wales wing Shane Williams has revealed that he might extend his stay with Japanese club Mitsubishi Dynaboars for another season.
The 35-year-old was set to retire from rugby in June before accepting an offer from the Dynaboars, who play in Japan's second division.
The Dynaboars are keen for wing wizard Williams to sign for another season and he admitted that the money is "incredible".
But Wales' record try-scorer said there were other factors which he must consider before making up his mind.
"If the family aren't happy and don't want me to come out then it is not going to happen," he told the BBC.
Williams' last game for the Dynaboars is in December and he said his wife, Gail, and two children, Georgie and Carter's happiness is important to him.
"My family are my first concern," he explained.
"The reason I retired from international and professional rugby was to spend more time with the kids and the family and fortunately I'm doing a lot of that and it is great.
"If they don't want to come out here next season and they are not happy with me coming out, then I won't come out. The family are enjoying it at the moment
"Financially it would be easy for me to stay, the financial gains are incredible and the money you could make in Japan at the moment is just unbelievable - and that is a big part of it because I'm looking after my family.
"There are pros and cons. There maybe an option to stay out here next year and be involved again and there are options back home.
"And if I stay in the UK and take some of the other options I've got, I'll be just as happy.
"I'm still enjoying playing rugby, the pressure is off as I haven't got people watching my every move and criticising or praising me. I can just get on with things.
"There's a little bit of pressure from the Japanese to perform well for the Dynaboars but I can handle that side of stuff."
Williams is also part of the coaching staff at the Dynaboars where he is guiding the the club's backs.
He admits that he is enjoying that aspect of the game even though it's not something he expected to after his retirement.
"If you would have asked me 12 months ago when I decided to retire from the Ospreys, I was going to go down another path and stay away from the coaching side of things," he added.
"But since I've come out, I've enjoyed coaching and being involved in the meetings and discussing how we should play and how to improve the side.
"It is something I want to get more involved with."