"Not necessarily. If I would agree for it, it would just be to get more ice time," Brodeur told MSG Network after defeating the New York Islanders 6-1 in his first game since Jan. 26.
"I feel really good. I think that kind of helped me out to see the way I was playing, how in control I was today. I've still got a lot left in me, and if I need to play somewhere else next year I need to make some decisions."
Cory Schneider has emerged as the Devils No. 1 goalie, leaving Brodeur to ponder leaving the team for which he has played all of his 1,249 NHL games.
The 41-year-old has a no-trade clause, and he has not revealed if he has asked to be moved, or if general manager Lou Lamoriello has approached him to do so.
Brodeur is 14-11-4 with a 2.47 goals-against average and .900 save percentage. He has played in four games since Jan. 7.
The NHL Trade Deadline is Wednesday at 3 p.m. ET.
"It definitely depends where it would be if I do accept it, and I'm not there yet," Brodeur said. "I know we're running out of time a little bit, but I'm taking my time on this."