Paloschi, 22, joined Chievo on a loan deal that included an option for a 50 per cent ownership in the summer, but it is unclear whether they will take up this option.
Paloschi has been impressive in fits and starts, scoring five goals for the Flying Donkeys, but he does not know if this is enough either for Chievo or Milan to use him again next season.
"I don’t know what I will be doing next season," he said.
"I’m just thinking about finishing the present campaign and then we’ll see."
Paloschi’s best spell came in the 2008-09 season for Parma, when he scored 12 goals.
He had a less successful loan spell at Genoa, netting just twice in 12 matches last season, but has nine goals in 24 appearances for the Italy U21s.