The midfielder has been sent to Coventry on loan, but has made just six sub appearances for Steven Pressley's side.
He will seek a meeting with Hoops boss Neil Lennon after the season ends to see if he is still wanted at Parkhead.
McGeouch said: "I'll go back in the summer and sort out what I'm going to do next.
"They've been busy winning championships just now - which is great for everybody - but they keep in touch with texts and phone calls."
McGeouch is hoping to play more games for Coventry before the end of his loan spell.
He said: "The manager picks the team as he sees fit and you obviously respect that.
"He's only trying to do well for Coventry, win games, and he's very good with players.
"If you're being left out he always explains why he's made his selection and it's good for a player to have that because it means you don't feel isolated
"We've got a lot of good midfielders in the squad. That's good for the manager because he wants players battling for places but it makes it harder to get a game."
Pressley revealed he will use the 21-year-old more now that he's fitter.
He said: "Dylan was a little bit further away than we anticipated when he arrived and it's taken him longer than expected to reach his levels and adapt to our methods.
"Hopefully he'll get his chance before the end of the season, as I have no complaints about his effort."