Alabama kicker Will Reichard could be draining 40+ yard field goals on Sundays come this time next season. For now, he just wants to win out the regular season.

Reichard told reporters Tuesday that he will mull over his decision of going pro following the Iron Bowl on Saturday. The senior has 1 year of eligibility left due to the COVID-19 waiver allotted to players during the 2020 campaign.

“We still have the Iron Bowl and then a bowl game obviously,” Reichard said, via 247Sports Charlie Potter. “It’s not anywhere near my mind right now. I am focused on doing what I can to help our team win this week.”

Reichard became Alabama’s all-time leader in points in Week 10 against LSU, surpassing Leigh Tiffin’s 385 spread. A native of Hoover, Ala., Reichard currently has tallied 410 points entering the Crimson Tide’s season-finale matchup with the Tigers at Bryant-Denny Stadium.

Earlier this month, Alabama coach Nick Saban praised Reichard for his consistency to come up clutch for the program in difficult situations. This season, Reichard was influential in game-winning drives against Texas in Week 2, Texas A&M in Week 6 and Ole Miss in Week 11.

“I absolutely just love the guy as a specialist. Sometimes your specialists are a little different. He’s just phenomenal.”

This season Reichard has gone 21-of-25 on field goal attempts, including a long of 52 yards. He is 100% on PATs.

The Crimson Tide will look to keep their 15-year double-digit regular-season win total alive on Saturday against the Tigers. Should Auburn win, it would be bowl eligible for the 10th consecutive season.