Lee McConnell will not compete this year as she is expecting her first child but she hopes to run on home soil in the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
The 34-year-old reached the 400m semi-finals at the 2012 Olympics and has two Commonwealth Games medals.
Looking to 2014, she said: "I would ideally love to be back on the track, but it is going to be a big challenge.
"It will depend on how the pregnancy and birth goes, but either way I will certainly be keen to be involved."
McConnell won a Commonwealth 400m silver medal in Manchester in 2002 and picked up a bronze in Melbourne four years later in a switch to the 400m hurdles.
"2014 is shaping up to be a really exciting year for me," she added. "And it's all happening in Glasgow! A home Commonwealth Games, my first baby - I'm really excited."
McConnell's last major medal came as part of the Great Britain 400m relay team which finished second at the 2011 European Indoor Championships.