The 24-year-old has struggled to make an impression with the Potters since signing from Club Nacional in a deal worth £2.6million back in 2009 and Tony Pulis has sent him to the League One side on loan.
Arismendi still has a year to run on his Britannia Stadium contract but says the offer of a further year is there as Pulis still has faith in his ability.
“I still have one more year and the gaffer wants to give me another year, but I don’t know what will happen,” he told the Huddersfield examiner.
“I am not playing games, so maybe I will wait until next summer and see what happens. I don’t know what is going on with that, I am just here and want to do well.”
However for now the player is staying focused on Huddersfield’s promotion push.
“I chose Huddersfield because I know the kind of football the manager wants to play and I know he is fighting for promotion,” he added. “My aim is to help the club fight for big things and that means going up.”
Mauricio Pochettino insists Tottenham are still heading in the right direction despite suffering more FA Cup heartbreak.
Jose Mourinho says finishing second in the Premier League will be a true measure of their success this season not winning the FA Cup.
Brendan Rodgers has played down talk of him replacing Arsene Wenger as Arsenal's new manager and says he is happy at Celtic.
Jacques Maghoma was Birmingham's goalscoring hero in their vital 2-1 Championship home win over Sheffield United.
Preston moved a point closer to the Championship play-off spots but missed a big opportunity to gain significant ground as they were held 0-0 at home by Norwich