Kilkenny forward Eddie Brennan has revealed that he has yet to decide on his future as an inter-county hurler.
The 33 year old was part of the Kilkenny side that retained their All Ireland crown this year by beating Tipperary giving Brennan a record-equalling eighth All-Ireland Championship.
However the Graigue-Ballycallan clubman but remains uncertain as to whether he’ll go in search of medal number 9 next year although he will discuss any decision on his future with Cats manager Brian Cody before first.
“First and foremost, I have to sit down with Brian to talk about it,” he told the Irish Independent.
“You would have a fair idea yourself about what lies ahead. This time last year, if we had won the five-in-a-row, I probably would have gone.
“It’s a huge part of your life when you’re involved in hurling and it’s hard to walk away from that. You’re putting in three or four nights a week and it’s a family away from your family.
“I would have said at the start of the year, if we could win it, it would be a great way to sign off. But I’ll have a think about it. The family have to come into it now.”