Teemu Selanne is skating but has yet to make the "biggest decision of my career" he said to Iltalehti a newspaper in his native Finland. Selanne who turned 43 on July 3 is an unrestricted free agent and hasn't determined if he will return for a 22nd season in the NHL. He had 12 goals and 24 points in 46 games for the Anaheim Ducks in 2012-13. "This is the biggest decision of my career. I have three options" Selanne said to Iltalehti which was translated by NHL.fin correspondent Risto Pakarinen. "It's up to me if I feel like it I can focus on golf." Anaheim general manager Bob Murray told NHL.com he will welcome Selanne's return to the Ducks if the likely Hall of Fame member is "100 percent sure he wants to play." Selanne has spent the past eight seasons with Anaheim winning the Stanley Cup with the Ducks in 2007 and has crafted one of the greatest late-career runs in League history. Selanne has scored 69 goals since turning 40 in 2010 which is second all-time to Gordie Howe. Selanne's 31 goals and 80 points in 2011-12 represent the third-best season by a 40-year-old. "I'm healthy which is a good thing" said Selanne who skated four times per week in July with his sons. "I don't do any running anymore or play tennis so I've skated a lot more this summer."