Tomas Holmstrom reiterated Friday he has not decided if he will return to play in the NHL, but if he does, it will only be for the Detroit Red Wings.
"I have not decided what I'm going to do," Holmstrom told the Detroit Free Press.
The 39-year-old forward became a free agent on July 1 after scoring 11 goals in 74 regular-season games last season. He has played his entire career of 1,026 games with the Red Wings and said he will not try to sign with another team.
"Wings it is," Holmstrom told the newspaper's website.
Detroit signed free-agent forwards Damien Brunner, Mikael Samuelsson and Jordin Tootoo, and could re-sign Justin Abdelkader, which could leave little room for Holmstrom.
The report says Holmstrom's family wants him to continue playing. Earlier this summer, Holmstrom said he was working out with the possibility of returning.
Henrik Zetterberg spoke to Holmstrom recently, according to the Detroit News.
"He's still thinking (about his decision)," Zetterberg said. "He's in great shape last time I saw him."