James Fanshawe has yet to firm up plans for last weekend's Kempton winner Primaeval.
However, the Newmarket trainer remains tempted by a run in the Victoria Cup at Ascot on May 12 with his consistent six-year-old, who was narrowly beaten at the Berkshire track in September and October.
Fanshawe, whose gelding has won five times at Kempton and was second at Meydan in January, said: "I'm not quite sure where he'll run. He's a different horse at Kempton.
"Everyone is saying he should go for the Victoria Cup, so we'll wait and see. It's a race I'd like to win."