WATCH: Huddersfield boss wants Mooy to stay at Huddersfield
AARON Mooy has admitted he doesn't know where his club future lies, but if Huddersfield Town manager David Wagner gets his way, the midfielder will be staying at the club.
Mooy played a crucial role as Huddersfield sealed promotion to the Premier League on Monday by defeating Reading 4-3 on penalties at Wembley after both teams failed to find a winner over 90 minutes and extra time.
Mooy is a Manchester City player, but a superb campaign on loan for the Terriers, including four goals and 10 assists, has seen him linked to Premier League sides Newcastle United, Crystal Palace and Brighton as well as a host of clubs from the Championship.
The Socceroos star, who is valued at £10-15m by his parent club, said once celebrations from the Wembley playoff had died down he would meet with his agent and City to discuss his future.
"It's not all my decision. Manchester City are involved, I need to speak to them and my agent," he said.
"I'm trying not to think about that right now. It's been an unbelievable season to achieve this with the team."
While he hasn't spoken directly with City manager Pep Guardiola, Mooy has been in regular contact with the club over the season and admits securing game time will be crucial to his decision.
"People from City are constantly in touch with me, see how I'm going and tell me how I'm going but he (Guardiola) obviously has a lot on his plate," Mooy said.
"It's not in my hands. I just have to try my best and that's what I've always done.
"Every year, I always want to play. I'm happiest in my life when I'm playing football so of course I want to play."
Wagner was full of praise for the impact Mooy - Huddersfield's Player of the Season and Fans' Player of the Season - had on the team's promotion success and hinted he would call Pep Guardiola in a bid to keep the 26-year-old.
"Of course I would like to have Aaron Mooy, but I would like to have all of my players too," Wagner said in his post-game press conference.
"Maybe this (to Guardiola) is another call I have to make but give me a few days first to enjoy this moment.
"He was outstanding this season. He is the heart of the team... he is confident and calm on the ball and since moving deeper (in midfield), he has shown he's a great fighter.
"That is a rare quality for a No.10, they are not normally fighters."
As well as sorting his future, Mooy has a World Cup qualifier against Saudi Arabia on June 8 to worry about before it's off to the Confederations Cup in Russia later that month.
Only when that tournament has concluded will he get a chance to rest and go on his honeymoon with wife Nicola, who he married in Scotland eight days ago.