BOSS Jason Tindall said he would “maybe have a discussion in the next week or so” regarding Jack Wilshere’s future – as he continues to train with Cherries.

The manager continued not to rule out a move for the 29-year-old free agent, after he cancelled his contract at West Ham in October.

The Daily Echo last month revealed England international Wilshere, who spent time on loan at Cherries in 2016-17, was part of the club’s training group.

Asked whether he thought Wilshere would want to sign, Tindall told talkSPORT: “We’ve not had the conversation but Jack had a great time here.

“He’s loved being back here, he’s got a great relationship with the players and staff at the football club – he’s really enjoying his time here so far.

“We will just have to see and maybe have a discussion in the next week or so.”

Quizzed on whether there was a possibility of giving Wilshere a contract until the end of the season, the boss added: “Whenever you’ve got a player of Jack’s quality, that’s training with you and you’re able to have a look closely – it would be foolish to say there’s not a chance of wanting to do something.

“It’s just a matter of seeing where he is, seeing if we feel he can be an asset for us for the second half of the season and almost then making the decision based on all the variables.”